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I watched this anticipating, even looking forward to, a bad movie. Within a few minutes, it sets up the premise as revealed in the title. As such, it starts like any of too many movies with same basic plot, and devolves from there. Incomprehensible, unrelated, unexplainable events follow, and then the movie ends. That is as much as you need to know going into it, and it's more than you will remember one day later. I feel sorry for Tia Carrere for being desperate enough to be in this movie. It is typical fare for Jason Brooks.
It aspires to the level of even a typical Syfy Original movie from Asylum, but fails. It's no Sharknado.
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