You know the story: kids make a cruel bet for some high status, sex or money and all teen-adult hell breaks loose. At least, as loose as low-budget would allow. Which, in this case, isn't much. The dialogs are quite horrendous, the characters react like they're cut from the same mold and the direction, which was quite good in the previous one, isn't as nearly as inspired here. Definitely not worth your time unless you're waiting for that now obligatory girl-on-girl scene, which seems to be the entire point in making this movie. Oh, and Amy Adams appears at a very young age here, so it's interesting for her alone, knowing how far she's come.
Sebastian (Robin Dunne) reunites with stepsister Kathryn (Amy Adams). He plans to become a one-woman man after meeting with Danielle (Sarah Thompson), but Kathryn will step in their way, throwing a few curves at them, testing how loyal they can really be. Sounds familiar? It should, the previous movie just about had that exact same plot, down to the name of a few characters. Talk about original filmmaking ^_^
The 5.1 and 2.0 Dolby tracks are all right, the 5.1 delivering the better of both. It's not THX, but since the movie is mainly dialog-driven, its result is quite good.
DVD was only beginning so the image is quite soft, devoid of any detail and texture except a few times in close-ups, but there really isn't anything worth mentioning. It does get the job done, but, like its plot, it doesn't feel the need to reinvent itself.
None unless you count the included trailers as such...