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This movie is just bad enough to make me stay away. I caught it on cable not too long ago, and was pulled in by the title. But the cheesy acting, blatant reuse of scenery, subplots that went nowhere, and painfully bad one-liners make this one bad movie that I'll probably not watch again. My first warning sign was that many of the crew members in the opening credits had Romanian names. I guess the budget was so tight that they had to fly all of the actors to a 3rd world Eastern European country to film. The movie takes place in the manufactured town of Pilgrimtown, MA. And how manufactured it is. Every sign in the town looks as if it were hastily made at a copy and print center and pasted over signs that were already there. AJ Cook's presence definitely lit up the screen. She doesn't deserve to be a B/C-list actress.
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