When I decided to watch this, it had a 7.2 rating. By then I didn't consider that the reason for this score were fake ratings. Why should I? There's John Cusack, and an interesting description. I just went for it. When I started to watch this I couldn't believe it. Most people in this movie did a lousy job, especially the director, screenwriters, actors, special effects team, even make up artists. But the saddest thing about this "movie" was seeing a good actor who clearly doesn't want to be there. You almost can hear his thoughts while he's "acting": "What have I done?" "Why did I agree to this?". Finally, it's a very low move to save money that could be spent on the movie, just to buy fake IMDb ratings. Besides being illegal, maybe the quality would have been a bit better, like two stars instead of one. This is only suitable for one of those marathons with friends of the worst movies ever made, to laugh at it.
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