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I'm not one to really put trash-talking reviews out there, but this one warranted one of the few bad reviews I've ever given.
To be honest, I stopped it 20 minutes in because it was just not worth my time to go any further. I couldn't even tell you what it was supposed to be about or what I had even watched in that 20 minutes because it was that bad for me.
I'm not at all saying it's because it's a lower budget, "B-movie" considering I've found several of those that ended up being really good, but there is a lot more that could have been done or not done in this movie. Also not saying it's not worth watching, as I'm sure some people enjoy terrible movies like this, but I'm definitely not one of those people!
I want my $1 back from renting this!!
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