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When Kit is revealing the worst and best thing that ever happened to her, she is eating strawberries. She take a bite of the strawberry and dips it into the whip. Then when she goes to bite the strawberry again it is a new strawberry with no whip on it. See more »
No one can fully describe the agony of watching this film or the twitching that occurs when you realize that it could have been written by a four year old. Did anyone notice that every scene could have done without the one preceding it? Even terrible movies string together scenes most of the times. Bottom line: Crossroads goes beyond terrible and should be avoided over things like stubbing your toe, gouging your eyes, and plague.
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