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Typical LMN empty plot trite with typical bleached blond in the lead. I was rooting for the villains in this one for certainly Laura Vandervoot in the lead was more of a bitch than any one else. Always with a nose in the air attitude and going around looking out of place in the police station. She annoyed me very much as she stepped on all in her way. I had wished someone would have done her in. No such luck. We're forced to look at this bimbo for two hours attempting to unravel the plot walking over all in her way. Some broad, eh? Even her own father, she smart mouths. By the way he gave one of the better acting jobs. Francis X. McCarthy didn't have much to do, but the little he did do, was fine. Amy Sloan also did a great job in an unrewarding role. I wanted her to bash in the leading lady's head when she gave her so much crap. There is nothing rewarding about this mess. Oh, yes, Chris Kramer plays the man in the film and he does a decent job. I felt sorry for them all to have to play opposite such a loser. Her so called karate moves in the end are so laughable, I split my sides. She's such a bad actress and unbelievable from beginning to end. Frightening to think this blond bimbo will be on the police force. Egads!
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