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The movie isn't as bad as most of the reviews state. It's not great, but I've seen way worse. The acting isn't horrible, the effects aren't terrible, at least until the end. On the other hand, the script is weak. The ending was pretty bad. There isn't much in here that hasn't been done elsewhere and better. The characters were pretty stereotypical. There was the rich, popular guy, the jock, the nerdy scientific one (in this case a cute female), the shallow, sex-crazed guy, the dumb blonde model, and the tough girl. There was some time spent letting you get to know them. There were 3 that were halfway likable. But the final confirmation was lame and the ending was really, really bad. You could do worse, but you could also do better.
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