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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Another movie based on one of the worst genre of fiction book, but the story was actually enjoyable, if cliche. Anytime there is a mystery surrounding priceless Russian artifacts there is sure to be the strapping hero that just happens to be a count denied his birthright until the mystery can solved by the mostly competent, attractive female family researcher.
Oh no - a Harlequin romance. I kept watching as it was a somewhat convoluted mystery, although I had correctly assumed who the bad guy was almost from the first time I saw him/her.
Cute enough movie, but very much a Harlequin romance.
I first saw this when they showed it on TV. The story's nice but to be honest I like to watch it just to drool over Rob Stewart (*~*)