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Ben Cronin has it all: the admiration of his many friends, a terrific girlfriend, and he's on the fast-track to an athletic scholarship. But after a one-night stand with a fan, Ben has to face a lot of consequences.
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Michael Dequina
Bradford spends the entire film with an Andrew Shue-ish sullen, slack-jawed expression, but even that's more than what the bland Appleby brings to her doormat role.
December 06, 2005
Nell Minow
Haven't we all seen this already? Too many times?
December 28, 2010
Philip French
A tapestry of loose ends.
February 08, 2008
Felix Vasquez Jr.
I've seen this before, it's called "Fatal Attraction"...
April 29, 2009
Greg Maki
Was anybody clamoring for yet another teen movie? Or, even worse, a teen version of Fatal Attraction?
January 06, 2004
Brett Buckalew
A mean-spirited, incompetent disaster.
February 01, 2004
Liam Lacey
Not really a thriller so much as a movie for teens to laugh, groan and hiss at.
September 13, 2002
Trevor Johnston
Only the very easily pleased will be able to see past its limitations.
February 09, 2006