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This is quite possibly the worst made for TV movie ever and I'm even throwing in some Lifetime movies to come up with that.
Yes it does have a good cast, but GOD, please write some decent dialog for them. And how can 1 plot point turn up over and over again. The vehicle running out of gas was used twice. The funniest part was the vehicle that ran out of gas and the next scene shows them with the hood up and the thing has overheated. I HATED how the transition animation kept being used to switch from location to location. I guess they had to eat up time to split this garbage over 2 nights.
Back to the cast: the "big name" actors did an okay job, but the new faces that were featured need to try to have themselves digitally removed if they want to continue with a career. Terrible acting and terrible dialog are a bad combination.
I could go on and on.
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