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Stephen Campbell Moore
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No, No, No Part 2
Written by Mary Brown, Robert Fusari, Calvin Gaines, Vincent Herbert, Barry White
Performed by Destiny's Child (featuring Wyclef Jean)
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Contains a sample of "Strange Games & Things"
Performed by Barry White
Sample courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
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A surprisingly good film! Just not a work of art..
So I have to be brutally honest here, I was mainly looking forward to see "Lakeview Terrace" because I really thought it was going to be awful. And it did look that way to me by the trailers. So I went to laugh at it, but when it started to keep getting better and better, I couldn't really laugh at it anymore. Now not saying that this movie does not have flaws, because IT DOES. But it surprised me with its thematic elements, and really suspenseful scenes. But the cons are that it is a really heavy PG-13 film, and I personally thought they could have made it 10 times better if they had crossed the line into 'R'(which wouldn't have taken much more) and really fleshed out some things that are just hinted at because of their content. And the main con to the film for me was that there was no message at the end of the movie. It just ended, no theme or statement about the story. Just ended without saying "Now the moral of the story is..." So overall I'd recommend this movie to you. The good out-weighs the bad and its really a lot of fun.
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