Draya's presence sets off the frame and damn nears melts the celluloid every time the camera finds her. I had no idea she had such serious acting chops. She makes pure evil look so good. She plays the temptress/villainess to maximum satisfaction. Instead of offering an apple, she rather offers an apple bottom...which the director of this mess is obviously obsessed with (who wouldn't be?) as he zoom a zoom zooms in on it constantly. Without Draya I would have given up after a few minutes. The lead actor, who looks like a doppelganger of that chubby Hootie & the Blowfish dude, but with a magician's goatee, should never be allowed on a film set again. His acting is crazy whack throughout. The dialogue is downright childish. The cheap sets are somewhere between soap opera and porno level. The plot has more knots than a pretzel factory. Draya is poetry in motion throughout. I hope her performance here opens up opportunities to appear in films with bigger budgets and better writing. I feel bad that she had to deign to make out with Hootie. Yuck. One of my favorite scenes is where she sucker punches Hootie's ex-wife, who just surfaced from a coma, out of her wheelchair. Draya's one tough cookie. The only other actor that merits a mention is the hot grandmother. I gave 1 more star for her performance. Draya's a 10 all day, but because of the clueless Hootie dude I had to subtract points. Watch it for Draya and maybe that grandmother. Forget about that Hootie looking dude though.
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