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Honestly don't understand what's up with all the great reviews. Are they paid?
I have no doubt in my mind the 9 and 10 star reviews are from people involved with this movie in some way.
There is no way any person on earth enjoyed this movie; let alone thought it was a 10 star film.
The acting is utterly atrocious and the lines oh my gosh the lines.
Simply embarrassing. Too painfully bad. Awful script, amateurish acting.
Worst movie I have ever seen, low budget crap.
How the hell does something like this even released?
Completely embarrassing for all involved.
Maybe it's time to stop now
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