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Weak acting, rubbish plot, dull and predictable. If your a fan of the original Wicker man film, don't watch this it will taint it for you. There is nothing more to say, but this stupid site wants me to fill ten lines so I will tell you that all the actors are terrible and Christopher Lee's cameo is too painful to watch. By far the worst actor is the lead girl (the American) she's supposed to be a pretty country and western singer, but she cant sing and has a face like a bulldog chewing a wasp. And gentleman, if you think there's going to be another sexy Brit Eckland type in this film, there isn't, just a plain faced middle aged sex addict with man boobs.
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