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This was probably THE WORST movie I've ever seen. For some reason it started playing while at my local nail salon. So I was basically FORCED to watch it. I was hopeful in the beginning when I saw Roseanna in it. Still beautiful as always. But that's the only positive thing about this movie. NONE of the characters are likable. In fact, you hate them! The son's scenes are awful. The ones with him and his "girlfriend" are down right horrendous. Plot was non existent, and the whole movie was basically torture. Don't waste your time!!
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