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This movie was by far the most ludicrous film I've ever seen. Typical plot reminiscent of past "erotic thrillers", it leaves nothing to the imagination. The only good performances you'll get out of this film, are of John Taylor (for all you duranies out there), and Joe Don Baker. John's acting was quite good in this film. His character was really nasty and John brought a sortof "bad-boy brit" attitude to the film. Overall, his performance is what made him shine out of this horrible cinematic garbage. And the father was quite convincing. Sorry that a good actor like Tony Plana had to be cast in this film.
Although it's a good film to watch on Friday nights or before heading to Vegas, it's not oscar-worthy. Probably, you duranies will only watch it for John Taylor.
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