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Very shaky cameras, quick pans in/out, 2 unconnected stories; one with no resolution, bimbo Head detective that was a horrible stand-in; I mean actress, quick kills that no-one seemed to be concerned about, lots of T&A jumping around, timeline made no sense, love Lala Kent but she wasn't exciting and has short one liners at a monotone voice. She is fun to watch on VANDERPUMP RULES. Very predictable to a lame "past event". Luckily I don't have to worry about money or I would be upset to lose the 8.50 I paid. This is more of a Netflix made silly slasher movie. Looks, plastic hoes, alcohol, drugs, is really the theme. Are there men in this movie? Lol
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