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Most of the way through I wanted to get that time machine and zap all of thise main characters into oblivion to put us all out of our misery and having to endure this painful offering. This film has an inane cast, with an inane script full of meaninless drivel that I did not find the slightest bit amusing. An intense, ugly (and I mean inside and out) young man manipulates and stalks a girl to keep her attention. There is nothing likeable about any of them. Boo.
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