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Certainly a fun film. A bit silly at points, and guilty of the "big co-incidence," but much of the dialog is very good. Jon Seda has the best lines, and is wonderful, and Elizabeth Mitchell spends the whole movie with her eyes half closed in a very enticing way. Baldwin is kinda the straight man throughout, but he does a good job of it.
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