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Drew T. Pierce
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It baffles me why morons like this get money to make films. Though I suppose women are more likely to get funding now that there is a push for all of this "equality" or what have you.
The plot was both campy and highly predictable, Christopher Lloyd despite his star power could not save this movie, and it's clear it was just written by the producer April Mullen because she cannot get any other acting work so she has to write for herself.
Overall there was a lot of bad acting (did nobody bother to give their background players any sort of direction? Obviously not, but they weren't the worst of the over-actors to be quite honest) and the production team clearly wasted the budget on god knows what, because it certainly didn't go into the film.
Really not worth the time wasted watching.
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