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Amy Holden Jones
Set in the crime underworld of South Florida, Jacqueline is used as a pawn by her Miami crime boss father Jimmy Bombay. To expand his crime empire and join forces with an international drug cartel, Jimmy has arranged for Jacqueline to marry Dante Calivari, the son of a foreign drug lord. As Jacqueline fights for her freedom, her only solace is found in the counsel of a priest. But in this world of lies and deception, all is not as it seems as a journey down the aisle turns deadly.Written by
This movie must have been made on a thin budget. It's genre s "Action" but the players seem to drag themselves through the scenes without any conviction. The cinematography is OK but there are no interesting vistas and the plot is pointless.
Most of the storyline is carried by narrative rather than dialog. In repeated flashbacks to events twenty years earlier, there is no visible attempt to make the actors look any younger.
The worst part of this movie is the script. A fifth grader could have done better. It is replete with trite attempts at profundity such as Jack Black musing, "In life there are games of luck and there games of skill. But the greatest skill of all is having a lifetime supply of luck." I want a refund of my money and my time.
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