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I made it 28 minutes and said 'No More.' The script is horrible. The production value is equal to community access television. The performances are all delivered in a lackadaisical manner. Heather Graham continues to portray her true life character in yet another film. I was really hoping that Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje would give an outstanding performance, but I was sorely disappointed. Anthony Mackie needs to take an eraser and remove this dud from his resume. Emanuele Della Valle needs to stay away from film and go back to his day job.
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