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Heather Marie Marsden,
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Nothing 2 Lose
Performed by Ray Slijngaard and Anita Doth
Written & composed by Ray Slijngaard, Anita Doth & Robert Jan van der Toorn
Published by Rayvano Music/Warner Chapell/Peppermint Jam/Universal Music See more »
Inhumane, do not ever watch if you value your life and happiness.
I am Dutch, but his product makes me ashamed. It is really really bad. Everything. The dialog....bad as it is, its made worse cos the 99% dutch cast cannot talk decent English. Guess there was no money for a decent language coach. The story is non existent, the acting is lame , the talent is zero , the camera work is just awful, the fighting is lame as never seen before and the few special effects that are real simple they managed to f..k up. It feels like kids aged 10-12 made this movie. MYGOD worst movie in a long time. Makes the SF channel-b flicks look like masterpieces. I like all kinds of movies , even bad ones, meaning if they are real bad / funny bad, you know what I mean, I can see the fun of that, but this one is just inhumane. Funny everyone who gave this a good review only reviewed thís title, no other reviews lol. So they made their accounts especially to give this a good review , yeah right. Definitely in on the deal. Shame on everyone involved.
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