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Boy, I'm a person who loves every movie I see. Usually the worse the more I seem to like it, but this movie even I couldn't sit through. I think we made it about 30 minutes. Seeing that James Belushi and JoBeth Williams were in the film made me think that it would be a well-done movie. But from the 1/2 hour that I did see, all of the budget must have been spent getting those 2 stars because everyone else seemed as though they were made out of cardboard. The music reminded me of a Batman movie. Not a good film...nope.
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