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You and Christie. You guys serious?
Yep. She's the one.
That's great! You love her, she loves you back.
Yeah. Sometime, a little too much. It gets to me.
Do you know how it feels when you're in love with someone and you feel nothing back? Umm? You don't wanna know... Cos every time you gaze into their eyes, a part of you dies. And... I've been dying for three years now.
There's no such thing as too much love.
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I love movies of all genre and sorts. This is the one of the most if not the most awful one I have seen. We've been here before. It's like a combo of Wrong Turn and Hills Have Eyes. Bad script, bad directing and just bad everything.
Yes, it is a village trapped in time, an experiment.... it's not probable. And then you have the token ethnic actor, this time it's not a African American but an Indian American. It is so stereotypical at first, I thought it was a spoof film, making fun of the Wrong Turn series or Hills Have Eyes, and the title mimics that of the Amityville Horror. I don't understand it at all. It's just a mishmash especially with flashback scenes which aim to introduce the back story. However, it only makes the movie confusing. A lot of the scenes do not flow. If you have someone going crazy at the dinner table, and he's a stranger to you, wouldn't you all just leave or at least react?! Not just sit there quietly as if everything is OK. That was why I thought, it must be a spoof. But I think it's not.
Kudos to Mr Chheda who made the film. However, I would strongly suggest perhaps he should return to civil engineering. If he has too much money to waste, give it to charity. This movie is such a waste that it's bordering on being sinful!
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