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This movie is so fantastically bad I couldn't tear myself away from it. The editing, continuity and logistical errors alone make for a great drinking game. The mocking opportunities are endless. The production value is just plain bad. And the actors display their discomfort at delivering terrible lines at every turn.
It's one of those rare instances when the movie is so terrible, it's truly entertaining.
I have not read the book it's based on, but since it was a huge best seller, I'm guessing they've taken some liberties. I'm now very curious to read the book.
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