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It starts out misleadingly well and offers a few nail biting moments. But the surprise ending is really no surprise at all, just the product of some no talent writer with a creative deficit. It also is a totally absurd and blatantly dishonest ending. It would be so nice if the hacks who grind out these Canadian crappers, probably Y&R rejects, had some original ideas. This is just a slight twist on a standard plot that has been used endless times. And of course it is another of these outrageous "made in Canada but set in the US" films, subsidized by the Canadian taxpayer. I believe it was shot in Vancouver. (IMDB does not list the shooting location) Again Vancouver is a surrogate for Seattle. Our movie policy may make work for a lot of second-rate Canadian actors, techhies and such.(The good ones have gone to Hollywood.) But how can they possibly take pride in being part of the "Canadian" film industry when the industry itself has no pride in Canada
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