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I'm not proud to say I just watched this awful piece of crap. I'm a lazy person, thats why i didn't turn it off.
The plot is a copy of what you have seen all to many times, it's so predictable it could make a swiss watch jealous. The acting is nothing special, verging on overacting in some places. A lot of the situations in the movie are completely non-believable, the characters do not develop, and if there even was an attempt to make characters that can be related to, it failed.
To say something positive, the pace of the movie is OK so if you are forced to watch it or you put it on by accident, know that it will actually end.
Bottom line is there's not a single memorable moment in this film, but if you hate yourself and feel like some mortification of the mind is in order then go ahead and rent it
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