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I wanted to like this movie - a promising "could have been"
I wanted to like this movie as it's one of the few Tanya Roberts films that tries to be something more than just an excuse for T&A scenes. This is shown by the serious and dark tone of the story and casting you might not normally expect, with the presence of actors like George Segal and Chris Young (from the movie PCU), as well as cameos by James Farentino and Paul LeMatt. Interesting and surprising in many ways, the film ultimately doesn't deliver, ending up a promising "could have been".
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