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Ian Iqbal Rashid
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This is truly a bad movie, bad even for third world market satellite TV. The main character is terrible, the actress looks like she is 45, no joke, she looks older than the actress playing her mom. Is kind of a bad joke of a movie. What a waste of money it was to make this film. This movie can be played at film school as an example of what not to make when you are working. Break dancing, that was popular back in 1984, why are they doing this crap in 2009? I actually felt embarrassed watching this movie, felt bad for the actors that did this out of desperation. If you ever see this movie scheduled you have been warned, or actually look at it so you can see other movies and feel good about it.
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