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Roy Sheider, Tia Carrere, Daryl Hannha, Erik Roberts (may well have lost his Role in Batman had this been on his showreel)... some good names from a few years back...how bad can it be you ask yourself. somehow the director has even made these actors appear like this is their first time in front of a camera, pinnocio was less wooden I must admit I couldn't watch the whole film, in fact 20 minutes was enough for me despite all the flaws others have mentioned, the writer must be held accountable for this misguided story, one of a million all seen before, I assure you now, any good reviews on this movie must be from the directors mother.
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