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Janis McKenzie, is a 36 year old photographer in Sarasota. Janis witnessed her twin brother kill their parents. Twenty years later, she waits for him to come to kill her for her testimony. Trained in martial arts, she is ready. All Janis wants is CLOSURE. Written by
I am stuck in Kuwait and was running out of movies to watch on Netflix. I would have been better served watching the sand shift. The only thing entertaining about this train-wreck was that the video, acting, and plot are so bad, it gets comical, at times.
The trailer seemed promising and the cover of the movie seemed as though it would be low-budget, perhaps, but not necessarily terrible. But, right from the start, it is terrible and never gets better. I would recommend watching cheese mold before watching this movie.
Well, I guess I should be thankful, at least I am I am 1 hour and 40-some minutes closer to being back home, so that is something.
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