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I thought that it would get better, but a bad movie only got worse. At several points I actually was embarrassed for the movie while watching it, but you know how "time invested" goes. I kept hoping that it might get better. The acting was horrible, with the lone exception being Janine Turner who was great. Unfortunately, she was surrounded my incompetent actors/actresses and an obviously horrible Director.
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