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After witnessing the killing of his parents, a young teenage boy is put in a witness relocation program and sent to a boarding school in Canada to start a new life. He soon befriends a fellow student who is a hit man looking for him.
Only you can prevent watching crappy films about forest fires
Much more akin to "Dawson's Creek" than anything close to "the
Breakfast Club (that plot outline is way off about that). The film
start's off no doubt pleasing the coveted "Dawson's Creek" demographic
of gay men and younger teen girls by having Rider Strong (Boy Meets
World) running around butt naked. Not the greatest start for a straight
guy, but I was willing to give it a chance. Silly me, I thought it was
gonna get better. Nope, not at all. This craptastic 'she wants him, he
wants another girl who's dating another guy who she doesn't want'
melodramatic load' independent film about a super small forest fire and
a forest ranger (William Russ of "Boy meets World" again) trying to
find out who did it, is so asinine that I hated myself for watching
what, for all intents and purposes, should have been an ABC after
My Grade: F
Where I saw it: Starz on Demand (available until September 22nd, 2005)
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