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John C. Reilly,
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In his "Spoken Word" concerts, Henry Rollins talked about how, he was very nervous about his nude scene and could not overcome his shyness. When he was finally able to complete the scene, he was relieved, then disappointed when it was such a brief shot in the final version of the film. See more »
Wow. My girlfriend and I just bought this VHS at our local Salvation Army, for $2.00. It was still in the "Blockbuster Video" preowned shrink wrap! But with Rollins and Zane, who could pass it up? It isn't spectacular, with dialog and plot that are consistent with a Lifetime original. The acting is pretty bad, with Johnny Galecki delivering the only passable Southern drawl. Rollins's accent is sporadic, as is Galecki's limp(the film opens up after he has an established foot injury).
Hey, it was only 90 minutes long, so if you're into Henry Rollins or Billy Zane, then you should give it a watch.
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