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The Giving Tree (2000)

A schoolmate is invited to a cabin by a hostess and her friend commits suicide and they are trying to find out why.

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Emily
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T.J.
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James
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Alex (as Moon Zappa)
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Penelope
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Zoey
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Jules
Brad Harrison ...
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Stephen Lisk ...
Zack
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Mrs. Forrester (as Judith Fraser)
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Kyle
Alan Marshall ...
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Nine former schoolmates, staying at a secluded mountain cabin for a reunion, try to figure out why one of their friends and their hostess would invite them there and commit suicide which prompts them to look into the mysterious and dark past of their 10th friend. Written by Matt Patay

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Best Friends, Dark Secrets

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for strong language, sexuality, a scene of sexual assault and drug content | See all certifications »
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7 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Brutal Truth  »

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Goofs

When the guests go into the house for the first time...there is a bandage on Molly Ringwald's foot as she heads up the stairs. Inside the house...when the piano is uncovered...no bandage is present. See more »

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I'm OK
Written by Cindy Alexander and Robby McKinney
Performed by Cindy Alexander
Produced by David Darling
Courtesy of JAMCAT Records
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This movie was like an old, sour, carton of milk in your fridge. You know it's bad,
22 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

but you smell it anyway. This movie stinks! The characters were shallow, the acting terrible. I got sucked into this movie to see how long, and how many scenes, Christina Applegate, would last.

In only 15 minutes, I had the Hollywood formulated characters and the end of this movie figured out. The writing was bad, bad, bad. The actors knew it. They read their lines reluctantly and like they were on a cue card. I got the feeling that every scene was a wrap. The story was weak and has been done to death. No pun intended. Very stiff acting, from some well known actors. I'd have to say, Moon Zappa was the most believable, and the neighbor's dog wasn't bad either. Molly Ringwold, as a seasoned actress, was at her worst.


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