In San Diego, Sarah Landon is invited by her grandmother's friend, Thelma Shaw, to spend the weekend with her in Pine Valley, California. Sarah used to spend vacations there during her childhood with her recently-deceased friend Megan. While heading to Pine Valley, her car breaks down and Carlos, the mechanic, calls his assistant, Matt Baker, to give her a ride. Sarah knows Matt from her childhood and asks about his older brother, David. Meanwhile Carlos tells a sad story about their uncle, Ben Woods. He apparently used to brag about his only son, Johnny, considered by Ben to be the best baseball player in the Valley. On his twenty-first birthday, Ben's sister Mary Ann Baker decided to celebrate with Johnny but she had a car accident and the teenager died. Ben promised to kill David Baker on his twenty-first birthday and he dies on the day of Johnny's funeral. Over the years, Mary Ann becomes delusional and has a breakdown. During an argument between his mother and father, David ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This movie is proof that there really is something below AWFUL!
Laughably awful....I can't remember when I saw something so badly produced, directed, acted, etc. That the producer has money there is no doubt, but no class or brains. There is an awful rumor this entire family still lives together in the same house somewhere in San Diego. How creepy is that? I would say far more than the joke they produced here.
Maybe the parents of these twisted and overgrown, "adolescents", should screen another movie of a more relative subject, "Failure To Launch". Just check it out.
We can only hope the moron who is flushing his money down the toilet making crap like this will soon find something else to occupy his time.
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