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The best thing about this movie is that its title is numerical, so it shows up among the first DVDs on Blockbuster's "New Releases" wall. That's how I came across it: the synopsis picked my interest, and I wanted to see more of West Hollywood where the story takes place.
I had my first doubt as soon as I pulled the disc out: the artwork is an amateurish drawing, likely created by a friend of the production, and features 6 guys in a giant Martini glass... but wait, isn't that movie supposed to be about "10 attitudes"?
Regardless, the movie was unwatchable in an Ed Wood kind of way--the only reason I stuck through the whole thing is because of the occasional laughs my friend and I got at some of the most "dramatic" scenes. In spite of a couple of witty lines that enlighten about 20 seconds of this 80-minute wreck, it remains a quite atrocious viewing experience sunk by porn-level acting, music and editing; a whiny and uninteresting central character; atrocious camera work; not to mention plot holes the size of Julia Roberts' nostrils.
The team behind this movie should be commanded for making it all happen on such an obviously tight budget... but everybody else, save your $5, you'll never get this hour-and-a-half of your life back!
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