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I had the great misfortune of being 'treated' to this utterly contrived pompous piece of cinema at a friend's house. One often wonders what's in it for producers and the financiers - certainly not box office gold. The script is utterly lame, predictable and down right infantile in parts. T he dialog and acting are unbelievably wooden and amateurish. the main characters appear to have been brought together through a blind date and compelled to see it through to the bitter end. I think the main clue to all those who may be considering watching this film is CASPER. I think it is now a virtual guarantee that any film with CASPER in it is unwatchable unless absolutely inebriated to the point loosing consciousness. But when a film that casts CASPER and ARMAND together spells cinematic bubonic plague - any contact can be seriously injurious to human intellect and aesthetic sensibilities.
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