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An apparently direct-to-video film with a C-list cast (with the exception of Dennis Hopper). Production values were OK. Hopper plays more or less the same role as in Blue Velvet, i.e. the rich, menacing, villain. I won't go into the machinations of the plot, but will note that it wasn't terrible. Michael Pare was OK, and there was a cameo from Little Richard. The better acting (and aesthetics) came from the females, Tracy Tweed and especially Daphne Ashbrook. Overall, it was just OK.
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