College athlete Lance and his friend Tom meet Tom's girlfriend Kate and her friend Ashley in a marina to travel on a rented boat on a leisure trip. The Captain brings his navigator and ...
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Darren goes to Hollywood in an attempt to live the American dream of becoming a big-name actor. When Darren is mistaken for Dante, the A-List actor in town, his world is thrown upside down - and he gets his wish, for better or for worse.
College athlete Lance and his friend Tom meet Tom's girlfriend Kate and her friend Ashley in a marina to travel on a rented boat on a leisure trip. The Captain brings his navigator and first mate Joel and another unexpected passenger, Derek, along on the trip. Soon the boat is stranded and one by one the shipmates are murdered. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I really wouldn't know where to begin to explain why you are better off just watching an episode of Little House On the Prairy than to bore yourself through the 90 minutes of this gruesome violation of human intellect.
It certainly isn't the end of the movie, 'cause i never got to it even though i fast forwarded most of this joke at 8 speed.
It's like they made this 'movie' to point out how to not write a script, how to not do a movie. The story was so pathetic in every way u can think of when commenting on a film that i can understand why no one bothered to actually write one*.
*it had none when i wrote this
It's insulting even to primates to dish this incoherent, laughable at best (but not even that) excuse for a thriller.
Maybe i should have highlighted the "contains spoiler" option when I say that there is no sane reason for anyone to see this, not even to check out how sad it actually is.
Avoid this even when u are stuck in a 2 by 2 room with no windows for a week and the only thing u have is a TV and a VCR with this ghastly piece of art in it.
Just say no!
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