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Order of Chaos (2010)

In a world of no absolutes, right and wrong is just a matter of perspective.

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(as Vincent Vieluf)
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John
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Rick
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Jennifer
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Mrs. Craig
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Tara
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Kelli
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Meter Maid
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In a world of no absolutes, right and wrong is just a matter of perspective.

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In a world of no absolutes, right and wrong is just a matter of perspective.

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Rated R for sexual content, pervasive language and some violence | See all certifications »

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12 February 2010 (USA)  »

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The Chaos Theory  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Played for only one night on one screen in Los Angeles in February 2010. Milo Ventimiglia and Mimi Rogers attended a Q&A session after the showing. See more »

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John: I'm the one human being on this fucking planet that doesn't rob, steal, cheat, and lie! That's why I'm considered weak!
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Come For Me
Written by Vince Vieluf (as Vincent Vieluf)
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Published by Still Black Pond Music (ASCAP)
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Don't waste your time
18 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was in the top ten of the worst I have seen. It was bad enough I felt the need to write a review to keep other people from wasting their time. The first warning I had from the film was the flickering effect. I spent the first twenty minutes of the film trying to figure out what was wrong with my home theater setup as the screen kept blinking out like a loose video cable. Once I decided that was intentional, I still had a hard time ignoring it. I did find it pretty easy to ignore the plot however. I found myself wanting to wander off during the film. I went to the kitchen for a glass of water but didn't feel the need to pause the DVR. I found myself debating whether or not I should just change the channel. I decided to stick it out to see if there was a really great ending, but no such luck. So, if you do decide to watch and find yourself thinking about changing the channel I say, "GO FOR IT!"


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