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Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Completely boring seemingly made-for-TV movie showcasing the untalented Kristy Swanson. I only watched this because my father, who states there're no good movies out there left to see, picked this up at a video store, and said it was really great. I should have known better: he also states that his favorite movie is "Best Seller" with Brian Dennehy, another borefest! Swanson and Vincent Spano did fine enough acting jobs, but there is just not a great story here. This movie can be shown on the Lifetime channel, and people WILL watch it. You, however, my dear viewer, actively visit IMDb.com, perhaps the greatest collection of movie information available. Stay away from this one, because you have only so much time in your life. Walt D in LV. 8/21/2005
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