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I can't believe I managed not to turn this movie off, when it immediately spiraled into deep, dark, depression, and never recovered. I love Sharon Stone and Timothy Hutton, but this movie is bad enough that it could end their careers. The plot, if you can call it that, goes nowhere fast. I kept waiting for more Sharon Stone, to enter the dark world the plot outlines, but details are sketchy at best. I forced myself to watch the entire thing, because I thought it could only get better, but I was wrong. It only gets worse, then when you realize you've just lost 86 minutes of your life you'll never get back, it's really disappointing. This movie is a total bummer, and a waste of time. If you're thinking of renting it, I wouldn't!!!
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