A troubled young girl travels to an island in the Carribean for therapy after a recurring dream about the island disrupts her sleep. While there, she meets a host of other troubled teenagers, who may well be more than what they seem...
Nicole Marie Monica
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Amount of window blinds Tiny character pulls down to peek out vs the camera view changes from 1 blind to 6 or more. See more »
God damn it, Dale! All that man ever do is create a mess!
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The movie starts off pretty good, but descents fast too. Still it is nice to see Val Kilmer in a decent role (does not happen that often, but then again he is not the main actor here and he doesn't have a lot to do either, so that might help the fact), plus Gina Gershon can show some things she might have learned during "Bound". Ray Liotta is a side note and the whole thing is very predictable.
Funny enough (or not): While the movie tries to be clever, the coincidences and other things that just happen conveniently, really destroy the whole thing and make you wonder, what they were thinking. The basic idea was nice and the accents are interesting too (though some might say this is a bit of a one sided look at Texas), but the overall movie fails to impress. An extra point for trying though ...
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