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Bozidar D. Benedikt
I saw this movie on cable (recorded on a PVR). The description and previews were mildly intriguing, plus my wife was otherwise busy so I decided to use the opportunity and watch something that she would apriori not appreciate. Last time it happened, the movie in question was "Crank", which I found quite entertaining.
Well, "Bag the Wolf" is no "Crank". In fact, it is a bad movie. Not "funny" bad, not "campy" bad, just bad. - The acting is terrible - The characters are not believable - The dialogues are trite - The delivery is forced - Plot holes abound - The directing is wandering and confused I could go on, but you get the idea.
There are no redeeming qualities to this film. The only positive thing I can say about it is that Deanna Dezmari looks good, with and without clothes. Oh, and the guy that plays Natasha's stepfather does a pretty decent job. Not academy award material but head and shoulders above the rest of the "actors" (which is, unfortunately, not saying much).
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