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Let me start by saying that the only reason I din't give this movie a rating of 1 out of 10 is that I quite liked the music in certain places throughout the film.
It takes an exceptionally bad level of film making to make a 90 minute film drag this much. Plot: nonsensical, characterisation: non-existent, dialogue: pathetic, acting: classes needed. Of the four it's hard to say which is worst, they really are all THAT bad.
My first thought after I had finished watching the film was that this must have been written and directed by one person. Because if any director had seen a script like this (and hadn't been the person responsible for it) this film would never have been made. I understand that the man responsible, Peter Engert, has a film called House of Terror coming out this year which he also wrote and directed. Suffice to say I don't think it'll be in line for any Oscars.
If you're considering watching this film, think again and then watch something else. If one of your friends or relatives forces you to watch this film, get them one of those Rudolph jumpers for Christmas.
Most importantly though, if through some hideous set of circumstances you do end up watching it, makes sure that afterwards you start eating healthier and exercising. After all, you'll need some way to get back the 90 minutes of your life that were wasted watching it.
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