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Michael J. Prosser,
At the time of the review the movie is rated a 7 on IMDb, I think the rating was or done by the crew and actors or people were paid. I can't understand how Sean Astin went from Lord of the Rings to this B movie. Times must really be hard.
The script and acting are just horrible, filming, music, pretty much everything is just wrong, you actually wonder who was even holding the camera during the shooting (i.e. someone with no experience at all or if they were still half drunk from the night before) as actors don't even fit in the frames most of the time. Avoid
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