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Doesn't make me feel better.
What we did to those guys.
Those pigs? You kidding? They deserved it.
Maybe but it doesn't make me feel any better - it kinda seemed like you enjoyed it.
Men are all the same; the only thing that stops them from acting like pigs is that they're cowards and they're afraid of being caught.
Did something happen to you? Like when you were a kid or something?
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This is my first review on IMDb, but I felt compelled to add my review to the others regarding this film. I started watching this movie a couple of times before I actually watched the entire film. It starts out slowly and I think that initial "slowness" caused me to stop watching. I write this, so those of you who, like me, start watching and because the movie starts off slow, just stops and chooses something else to watch. My suggestion is to sit back and allow the movie to progress, because it does pick up and you'll find yourself involved with the characters portrayed in this movie.
Danielle Panabaker once again shows her versatility that really shows her talent as an actress that is one to watch in her upcoming films. However, Nicole LaLiberte, who's pretty much unknown, really shines in this movie and I really hope she gets noticed. Although this film being a low budget one, probably will not be her breakout role. I find that a real tragedy, because she really is the star in this movie and shows a depth of character and tremendous skill in acting. Yes, Nicole LaLiberte steals the show from the very talented Danielle Panabaker. She is why I felt compelled to add my review to the others in this film. If your interested in seeing new young stars emerge, then you must see this film. Miss LaLiberte is one I will be watching for in upcoming films.
Returning to the film, I don't want to give anything away in this film. All I want to relay to you as potential viewers is, if you find yourself starting to change the channel at the beginning, pause for a moment, and give this little gem a chance. I think you'll find it worthwhile. It takes you on a journey you're unlikely to forget and leaves you thinking about what the journey this film has taken you.
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