A young man is found bruised, beaten and stumbling down a secluded road. As the police try to piece together what happened, the convoluted relationship between a young woman and her two ...
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The spoiled rotten and utterly unlikable rich kid George Amberson becomes horrified when his recently widowed mother rekindles her relationship with the wealthy Eugene Morgan, who she left ... See full summary »
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
At an undisclosed location and time an Empress has seven years to provide her Emperor with an heir to his throne. If she does not succeed during this time, the Emperor is free to marry a ... See full summary »
Jonathan Rhys Meyers,
A young man is found bruised, beaten and stumbling down a secluded road. As the police try to piece together what happened, the convoluted relationship between a young woman and her two suitors gradually emerges. Written by
Rachael Leigh Cook's character, Jenny, smokes in the film. Cook is a non-smoker in real life and smoked prop cigarettes for the film. See more »
When Alan burns the barn, you can clearly see the donut shaped bruise on David's forehead, however in the later scenes after the burning of the barn, while David is in the car, and later in the mansion the bruise varies between being gone, or being very faint. See more »
Oh my gosh, I have to tell you this story. Freshman year, Alan hooked up with two girls at a bar - Renee and Jackie. So he's going back and forth between the two of them all semester... until they found out about each other.
So, what? He got dumped?
No! They had a threesome! I come home that night to find this huge mass of flesh and-
DAVID! Why would you tell me that?
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A good cast does their best with an average script that, although predictable, is still watchable until the very end. Shawn Hatosy (The Faculty) plays David who fancies the pants off his close friend Jenny (Rachael Leigh Cook She's all that), although the reality hits him that she only regards him as a friend and nothing more.
things change dramatically when David's ultra confident and slightly mysterious old friend Alan (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers Velvet Goldmine) appears on the scene and sweeps Jenny off her feet, leaving David feeling very jealous indeed as well as concerned as he knows all too well of Alan's dodgy past. The story is told from David's point of view and includes many flashbacks as the story unfolds which do not always work. Plus, the final 'twist' is absolutely no surprise at all.
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