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I just watched this on Netflix, and man did this movie stink! Another review mentioned that it had shirtless boys walking around aimlessly in a mansion... and that was pretty damn accurate.
Yes the boys are pretty to look at, but I'm sorry. I need more to a movie than that. The "plot" was weak. A jealous boy who didn't get cast in their movie is going around killing everyone who IS cast. He's smaller than most of the boys he is "killing" (you never see a drop of blood, we'll get to that...) so most of the killing make no sense to me. He could EASILY be overtaken by these boys. Weak. Then there is the aspect of the dead bodies... or rather the lack there of. No blood. No bodies. Is he magic? You'd think there would be a pile of bodies SOMEWHERE, right? Nope. Nothing.
I would rather beat myself in the face with a Twilight DVD for weeks rather than watch this, or any other 1313 film ever again. (yeah, there are more... and I stupidly thought "Hey, maybe the other one is better?")
I was wrong.
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