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The Hills star Audrina Patridge makes her feature film debut in this sequel to the ocean-bound 2005 adventure starring Jessica Alba and Paul Walker. When happily married couple Sebastian (Chris Carmack) and Dani (Laura Vandervoort) is hired to search the ocean floor for Columbus' hidden treasure, they think they're about to become rich beyond their wildest dreams. Upon realizing that their wealthy employers have a terrifying hidden agenda, however, the two divers are forced to swim for their lives. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Written by
This film has x in it. x stands for a peak-of-irrelevance-person, whose irrelevance i will not undermine by memorizing her name and positively shall not be mistaken for an actress.
x is part of a plague that infected television and made real what we would have thought ten years ago is a sick joke: people who have no life watch people having no life.
Speaking of sick joke - whose idea was it to hire x as ... no, i correct: INSTEAD of an actress for this movie? Anyhofromthehills, this film has x in it and you just know that is it's terminal flaw. By far not it's only flaw but it's most obvious. Which is - come to think of it - a good thing as it makes you run to the hills and hide from it.
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