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Confessions (2006)

Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Mystery | 27 July 2007 (USA)
A story revealing a woman's struggle to find balance as she fights a secret addiction while struggling to save her family and find herself.

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Tory Adams
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Dr. Page
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Miles Adams
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Cathy Johnson
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Chauncey
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Darius (as Chad Coleman)
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Father Jeffrey
Brian Fuqua ...
Jim Strauss
Melanie Sharee ...
Jim's Wife
Glenn Wein ...
Harvey
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Big Bad Bernard (as Shawn K. Curran)
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Bar Guy
Paula Torres ...
Housekeeper
Tim House ...
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Detective Two
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A story revealing a woman's struggle to find balance as she fights a secret addiction while struggling to save her family and find herself.

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When Love Isn't Enough


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27 July 2007 (USA)  »

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Confessions of a Call Girl  »

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$975,000 (estimated)
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Stunningly bad
7 September 2007 | by (Atlanta, GA) – See all my reviews

I expected this DVD to be at least decent, since it had a far better cast than many direct to video movies. This film, however, never failed to disappoint. There are more holes than plot here. The acting is so bad that the lines seem to have been ad-libbed. It is an amazing feat to have a cast so good in a movie so bad.

The initial premise is decent enough, but there is almost no character development. All the characters seem wooden, and little connection is made to any of them. The facial expressions and mannerisms of the characters is more annoying than anything else. Lynn Whitfield's character is more than a little creepy. Woodbine seems to have been ad-libbing his lines, and sounds unnatural in the role.

As I watched this movie, I found myself wishing grisly ends upon every character. This is truly a wretched effort at film-making.


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