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As a huge fan of the original, all I can ask is "why?" Yes, MIRROR MIRROR 4 is a step up (thankfully) from the terrible Part 3, but it still doesn't excuse this installment from being so boring....Kids at a rave party -- yet there's only 5 kids? Hardly anything to rave about... The acting is decent from the lead girl and her dead boyfriend, but the rest is mostly embarrassing. And P.J. Soles literally has on screen time of less than 3 minutes... A confusing storyline. Uninteresting characters. Bad sets. Thankfully this isn't the soft-core sex romp the previous film tortured us with. The makers need to go back to the original film and make a true sequel in both story & style.
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