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We rented this movie in hopes of watching something entertaining, instead we found that we had rented a flop. It was like watching a B rated movie on an A rated budget. The plot was somewhat perplexing. As I write this 14 hours after the movie, I am still unsure as to what I saw. The movie is full of psychosis. I am still unsure as to whether some of them were ghosts or just figments of their imagination.
On the plus side, I felt that Alicia Silverstone played her character well. She seemed to come across as a lady with complex issues. Joe Anderson did not come across well though. I felt that he left much to be desired. I do not recommend this movie.
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