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I was amazed out the poor acting on the parts of Weber and O'Grady. It made the dialogue sound worse than it probably was. I hope to God this was a TV movie, or maybe a straight-to-video. Some of the stuff on SciFi channel seems better rehearsed and executed. It is clearly low budget, but that can be a good thing. Not in this case, though. They should have forked out some dough for some better leading actors. Or maybe they should have shot more than one take each scene. It seemed like the actors learned their lines ahead of each scene and then just shot the scene without rehearsing, kind of a walk-through. Oh well. Guess some people like it.
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