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Stupid story, but worth watching for a few of the actors.
I usually can't make it through a bad movie. I turn it off and go on to another, but this one the actors made me want to finish.
I bought about 10 movies that K-MART had out because of Halloween and they all looked like they would be low budget crap, but I am a horror freak and love a lot of the low budget crap. I watched one of them called 13 SECONDS and it was one of the worst movies acting wise that I'd ever seen.
I was reluctant to watch this one, but decided I would give it a try and I set there watching thinking they focused way too much on a story that was stupid, and was very laughable.
The acting was bad for the most part, the directing was dull and I can't say enough about how dumb the story was but thats all the bad things I have to say about it.
The production wasn't as low budget as I expected. The sets and such were okay. The special effects weren't Tom Savini great or anything, but they weren't that shabby.
I love Dee Wallace-Stone and have the highest respects for her, so it was good seeing her, shes a great actress. Joe Estevez is likable, but I don't think he's a great actor, just simply unique and I like that about him. Charlie Sheen is the only one in that family that has real talent if you ask me - Martin's okay but no better than Joe. Dee and Joe couldn't hold this movie up with their smaller parts, but star Randy Wayne did a great job keeping this stupid story interesting.
Randy Wayne is a guy I'd seen on a few MTV shows and then forgotten about. He is a natural in my book, he doesn't seem like a guy thats just reading lines, he seems to play the part well. There's a few lines in this movie that I thought he could've done better, but thats up to the director to re-do it. He's going to play in the new DUKES OF HAZARD
THE BEGINNING movie coming out in 2007 and I am glad to see that. The
new movie is cast much better than the last. Johnny Knoxville and that other idiot from American Pie sucked as Bo and Luke and made the Dukes of Hazard movie one of the most worthless films I have ever watched. Lets hope Randy Wayne does a much better job and helps make that movie better, like he did for Scar.
If You like any of the actors I've mentioned - watch this film, other wise don't waste your time - its pretty bad.
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