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1.0 out of 5 stars
As vacuous as the empty headed morons it depicts., 23 Nov 2013
Is it only through the fame of the director and her family that this ever reached the cinema? With acting which falls well below the standard of a 1970s TV movie and a script and story line straight out of a 6th form film making class - it proves that anything goes in Hollywood in these days of money worship. Apart from the crass glamourisation of crime, the film is riddled with cliches, from the abysmal dialogue to the distorted soundtrack mixed with mincing slow motion.
We cringed with embarrassment as we were led to believe that this was a story which could be exciting enough to turn into a thought provoking but nevertheless entertaining true-life story. O.K. even if we leave the moral compass out of it - this is a very baaaad movie.