18 July 2007 | tsudiia
I'd advise lowering your expectations.
Considering the screenplay was provided by a Nth-rate actor whose previous writing credits included the Skinemax-sounding "Supermodel Showdown: Costa Rica" (which appears to be a behind-the-scenes of a real photo shoot...so I'm not sure how one gets credited as 'writer' in the first place), it's pretty much a safe bet that this film is going to be a stinker of epic proportions.
It's a little sad to see Renee O'Connor involved in this. Granted, Xena: Warrior Princess would never be considered high art, but it had a sense of self-awareness and humor that allowed it to remain consistently watchable despite its camp. Virtues found lacking in nearly every project put forth by the creative team behind Ghost Town: The Movie.
You've been warned people. =)