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David Eric Brenner
Melissa Joan Hart,
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David Hyde Pierce,
This film kept my interest for a very brief period of my time and then I started to find myself becoming very detached from everything that was going on in this film. There was some drama and mostly comedy and my interest soon faded away and I could hardly wait until the film ended. I felt like I had been watching a pure messed up film with all kinds of messed up people creating a film that made very little sense. I applaud the poor actors who had to act in this film and keep it going, especially Patrick Muldoon, Paul Sampson and of course, the charming Carmen Electra who carried the entire picture on her back. Please don't waste your time like I did.
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