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The writers of this movie should go practice before they make any attempts at writing a movie script again. We basically knew the killer from the first time we saw the person, but that's not the worst part. The story is unbelievable and badly disjointed, and the acting isn't much better. Now, we have seen several of the actors in other stuff, so we blame the direction and the writing. There's only so many ways you can dress up a turd.
There are a few brighter spots; the trailer was so good we actually stuck with the movie, even though my husband kept pleading for me to turn off the TV ( I kept hoping the suspense of the trailer would manifest itself, but alas!). Also, the girl on death row actually delivered a pretty good acting performance in spite of the circumstances. And we have reenacted several of the worst scenes today, to our mutual great amusement.
I think the worst part of this movie is the lack of suspense. You would expect it to be exciting at least, but even the great reveal is just blah.
And that kind of sums up the whole thing: blah.
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