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Jovovich is a well known actress and this is perhaps the worse unwatchable movie I have ever seen. It is no surprise that it went directly to DVD. It would have never made it in the movie theater even if you tried. I promise you a typical high school thug who likes F word could have written and direct this a lot better and a lot more wholesome. The movie starts of with Jovovich talking about the size of his organ and sex as a shocker, then the movie starts off with her boyfriend selling guns and his jealous fits which leads her being beaten pretty badly. With that incident, she schemed with many people to get back at him and put him to jail. In most typically bad movies, they can be surprisingly funny that makes up for it. But this movie has no redeeming quality, made to look like a bad documentary. It's bad because it doesn't look like a documentary. You have no feelings for any of the characters as they are shallow, lack motivation, with possible exception of the lead actress, and continuing the life of crime is the moral of the story. The story doesn't have a surprise ending, most would have guess fairly close who have done it, since those who didn't denied it, so you are left with the obvious choice. The director and writer should have written children's story before writing this movie, at least they can understand the concept of simplicity and that F words is not needed. The best thing I can say about this movie is the packaging. It has nice DVD cover if Mila Jovovich on it, but I regret that I have bought this movie, perhaps I can make it into a frisbee for my dog to catch.
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