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Robert A. Masciantonio
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On sunny Aruba, an escort girl, that just heard she doesn't have long to live, falls in love with an undercover journalist, that wants to break in alleged murderer Joran van der Sloot's home to force a breakthrough, exactly five years after the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. Written by
As a Within Temptation fan, I was looking forward to this one. You see I've watched the trailer while I was watching W.T.'s "Where is the Edge".
I hate to admit that I am disappointed by the result: they had a very interesting and intriguing story (Natalle), a unique and beautiful place (Aruba) and one of the most beautiful/hot women I've ever seen (Hanna), but they managed somehow to screw this up. I'm afraid that there are major plot holes and moments where they could have just done something different (example : the way the doctor says Eva the bad news
by phone and not very politely).
Anyway it's not the worst movie I've ever seen, I really liked the ending (how they came up with this and how close they got), I enjoyed Hanna and her swimsuits and by the way she acts pretty decently throughout the movie.
I rate it 5 / 10 stars because this is the lowest I can give to a movie with Hanna.
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