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Canada grows some excellent wine. We discovered insulin and invented the rotary snowblower. But we're not very good at making movies. This is yet another mediocrity. And yet another Canadian picture shot in British Columbia but set in Washington state. Well, maybe it's better that way because most people won't even be aware of that --- who bothers to read the credits anyhow? --- and the fewer people who realize how bad Canadian movies are the better our reputation. It's hard to say what's worse: the pedestrian camera work that makes even glorious BC look bland; the utterly predictable script that made it so obvious from the start who the bad guy is; the acting skills of the no-name "stars" who are roughly on a par with an amateur theatre group. Not awful. But pretty close!
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