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90 minutes of your life that you will never get back.
I watched this movie last night in Iraq. Now normally in Iraq, bad movies are common place and something that you just have to deal with, since you really don't have an alternative. Well I have to say that I actually regret seeing this movie through to the end. This movie was just poorly acted and poorly put together. At no point was movie remotely entertaining. No part of it was funny either. And for being what appeared to be an attempt at a teen style comedy, there were no sexy parts to the movie either. This movie was a complete bust from start to finish.
I also must disagree with the first reviews comments on James DeBello. I've only seen him in one other movie, 100 Girls. While the movie itself wasn't that good, his role was atrocious. I have not seen Cabin Fever, so I cannot comment on his part in the movie. As soon as I saw him in The Penthouse, I got a bad feeling about the movie. I think that he made an already bad film, worse. He comes off as phony and undeveloped. I was surprised to see how movies he has actually been in when I was looking him up on IMDb.
I definitely do not recommend this movie to anyone. And this is coming from someone who routinely recommends bad movies, just so that others can see how truly bad the movie is.
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