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When Brandon leaves NYC to take a promotion in Portland, he also leaves behind his girlfriend of five months named Jensyn. The couple decide to try a long distance relationship, but when Brandon's co-worker Simone takes a liking to him, it's not just the distance that puts a strain on their future. Simone impersonates Jensyn, taking over her rival's identity, and continues the relationship until she can convince him that Jensyn isn't the girl for him after all... Written by
While watching a series of movies on the movie network and this was the next one in line. Within the first 5 minutes, I knew what was coming, I should have turned it off then.
The movie features a predictable theme, but in the process of laying out the plot, there was some serious issues. Being an evilly coerced love triangle, there are three main characters. None of the characters get very well developed unfortunately and fall into the same trap you see in a love triangle. This is what hurts the movie in my opinion. You know what is going to happen, and you keep hoping that one of the characters will do something interesting to keep you interested....but by the end of the movie you are still waiting for that something to interesting to happen, and realize you wasted 90 minutes watching a movie you've seen before.
The acting, while not great, isn't bad, they just had a bad storyline to act to, something that seems to happen to Curtis Crawford movies.
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