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Erika Christensen, Jesse Bradford

Directed by John Polson
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September 5, 2002

Since Fox has spent millions hyping this high school Fatal Attraction, starring Erika Christensen as a teen goddess who goes psycho when swim hunk Jesse Bradford takes a dip between her legs and then paddles away, you can't really call this nowhere-near-trashy-enough thriller under the radar. Still, it would be great to see this turd squashed under a truck, preferably a semi.

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