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In my opinion, this was a good movie and a bad movie at the same time. The plot was too simplistic and the dialogue was cheap, but it had an easygoing feel to it and one can enjoy it without having to pay that much attention. I'll even admit there was somewhat of enough action to keep one interested and that it could be good movie if it had a bigger budget.Denise Richards was okay as the main character, more charming than a convincing actress, but let's just say you could tell it was a Lifetime original movie when you saw the other actors in their parts. Overall, I'd say if you're in the mood for a nice movie with an almost relaxing tone to it, see it on TV or even rent it.
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