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I watched this movie with my boyfriend and to be honest we were the most entertained when we made fun of whatever happened on screen. The plot was very predictable, the dialog was far from outstanding. If they had at least tried to find some decent actors (based on acting skills, not the steaminess of their body) they might have been able to get pull it off, but no. I couldn't bring myself to give this movie more than 4 stars (and I honestly don't understand how more than 15% of the voters think this movie is a 10) - it's not a complicated movie and you'll be able to understand what happens even if you don't pay attention all the time, but ... it's just not that great.
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