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I don't know why I watched more than 5 minutes of this movie. Well, yes I do. I was intrigued by the description that was written on the DVD jacket and, although I was thoroughly bored from the start, I wanted to see how "Sophie becomes completely caught up in her obsession, turning stalker herself - and makes a discovery more frightening than her worst fear." The description was misleading, but not as much as the title. I still don't know what "Irresistible" means relative the movie. Everything was bad about this movie. Susan Sarandon looked like she was straining to make her role believable. The plot was uninteresting and predictable. The "Twilight Zone" suspense and innuendo was annoying. If you are thinking about renting this movie, Don't! Find something else to do with your $4.99 and the 103 minutes of your life that could be wasted watching this film.
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