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It is too bad you can't rate with 0... IMDb crew has to think about adding this. Even giving it a one star can seem unfair. I think that Hollywood screen writers could use a cold shower. Icy one, to be more accurate. The characters are lousy, to say the least. How many stereotypes can one use????? The crazy blonde physics genius, the semi-Asian new hot wife, the hot blonde secretary, the cheerleader and her conflict with an old boyfriend, the step mom - son conflict... should i continue? The unfolding of the action... great! Hahaha! just a small joke. The special effects remind me of Ed Wood movies, as if this wasn't 2012...
I urge the people not to waste 1 and some hours of their lives on this.
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