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Michael S. O'Rourke
I guess I've become spoiled by watching mainly good movies in recent
but this was by far the worst movie I have seen in a long, long time. It
didn't even have the redeeming virtue of being entertainingly bad; it was
just plain BAD. The acting was uniformly wooden, and the script was
laughable. I was deluded into thinking that the film was worth seeing by
the fact that James Belushi and JoBeth Williams were in it, and even
Durning is often good for a laugh if nothing else. God knows what they
thought they were doing when they agreed to appear in this
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