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This movie was an absolute snore fest. It is boring, it went no where, it is terrible.
If you have a hard time sleeping, watch this movie and you will be out in five minutes.
My wife picked this out as a weekend video. Fifteen minutes into the movie, I was waiting for it to move forward and for something to take hold. It never did, just more and more of the same.
The chemistry between the characters never develops, and the love story is hard to believe. I was shocked at how bad the movie was with some of the quality actors in the film. I did think that the little girl who played Zoe was great. She has been in several films and is a great little actor.
Don't waste your time, it is horrible.
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