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Make a Wish (2002)

A woman, lost at night on a country road, is murdered. The next day, six women gather at a wilderness park for a camping weekend in honor of Susan's birthday: Chloe, Susan's first ... See full summary »

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Moynan King ...
Susan
Hollace Starr ...
Dawn
Virginia Baeta ...
Monica
Melenie Freedom Flynn ...
Linda
Amanda Spain ...
Andrea
Lava Alapai ...
Chloe
Nora Stein ...
Michelle
Eric Vichi ...
Steve
Neil Wilson ...
CK McFarland
Bob Peterson ...
Zeke
Susan Durham ...
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A woman, lost at night on a country road, is murdered. The next day, six women gather at a wilderness park for a camping weekend in honor of Susan's birthday: Chloe, Susan's first girlfriend; Dawn, her most recent one; Linda, Susan's former lover now back with Steve, who has followed Linda and spies from a distance; and, Monica who used to be with Susan but is now with Andrea, who's tagged along. They all know who cheated on whom in the Susan saga, plus they flirt or complain in turn. A fugitive may be on the loose in the park, with a private eye in pursuit. A crossbow, a blowtorch, a knife, and an animal trap figure in subsequent murders. Who's the killer, and who survives? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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1 October 2002 (USA)  »

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Chloe: Oh. My. God. Is this hamburger meat?
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26 July 2004 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I don't think the Ferranti family is fooling anyone with their IMDb voting. Most theaters advertise this one as a "lesbian slasher film". Here's the thing...there's no slashing, and the lesbians are stereotypical dykes that will have more than one self-respecting homosexual standing up and calling foul. The entire time you're sitting through the meandering plot, abysmal dialogue and wretched emoting, you're waiting for one satisfying splatter scene...which never arrives. The acting: unintentionally comical. The music: distracting and inappropriate. The ending: is like getting kicked in the head while you're unconscious. NYC theaters exhibiting this trash should be ashamed. Not "so bad it's good" but "so bad it's good to not be a Ferranti".


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