A group of broken souls attend a self-help seminar at a remote wooded retreat with a famous guru. In search of better lives, they must confront their deepest demons in the midst of their ... See full summary »
The quiet Rose works in women's fashion clothing, hoping to be a designer. A traffic accident damages her face. She gets experimental stem cell treatment, leaving her stronger and prettier than ever - but there's a side effect.
Wide-eyed Midwest transplant Stan (Chace Crawford) agrees to play wingman to his calculating and privileged roommate Chad (Kevin Zegers) as they embark upon an exploration of glittering New... See full summary »
Grant S. Johnson
Not even Bill Moseley or Bill Objects Jr could save his one!
I know those 2 are both decent actors yet this movie was awful.... I did watch it till the end, though I did almost turn it off within the first 5mins as it was so obviously amateurish. But I went ahead and stuck it out as I was folding laundry and didn't feel like stopping to find something else to watch. The acting is the most horrifying thing about this one, other than that there isn't much to say... Saying it fell flat is an understatement, even saying that it was boring is not quite enough... I had a very hard time actually watching it and not just tuning it out and ignoring it. The overall concept has promise, but the end result was beyond mediocre. Film school project quality.
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