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So I came on here, saw a 9.1 rating, and thought, wow!
Was I ever disappointed.
This movie rates somewhere around a 3 out of 10. I've seen worse, granted, but never in a film I had recommended to me. I've never seen a film called "good" yet contain such horrid acting until now. The feinting scenes were an exceptionally poor nightmare, and I really, really wanted to stop watching. The only reason I did not was so I could legitimately advertise how horrible the movie was without feeling guilty for not having finished it.
Highly recommended that anyone with a brain, or anyone looking for a movie to enjoy, avoid this. I can't get over the fact that it was recommended, considering its lack of quality. Buffy the Vampire Slayer actors or not, they couldn't do anything with this lame, going-nowhere, unbelievable (literally, not in a *wow* way) script. The cinematography was bad, the acting was bad, the script was worse, and most of all, they seemed to try to get places with cross dressing, a lesbian scene, etc and all it did was make it that much *worse.*
If you like yourself, save yourself one hour and seventeen minutes. Avoid this.
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