" She also has starred in two erotic thrillers, "Embrace of the Vampire" and "Poison Ivy 2. And the truth is, people aren't going to line up to see me as the girl next door because they saw it on TV for 10 years. A: I can't believe people think it's like some big taboo. I did it because I actually thought they were cool. A: Margo is a 17-year-old girl who thinks she's 23. The outcome is that I have an amazing nudity clause in my contract, and I now have full control over all my nude scenes. He's going to start going to a boarding school in Minnesota, which is great for him. They've been married for 28 years, and they haven't been without a kid for a long time.

I mean, it really disgusts me that he talks about it all the time.

We were together for a year and a half, and I don't understand how he could talk so openly about his ex-fiance.

Certain people have to have to learn things the hard way, and she's one of those people, I think. A: He's one of those guys who I would have fallen for in a second because he has a dark and rebellious thing that I went for when I was, like, 18. I've learned that those are the kind of guys who can really break your heart. I mean, we were together from when I was 11 till 19, and he used to be really overprotective, but now that's changing to a kind of a mutual respect, more of an adult kind of thing.

Still, Mark is amazingly respectful to women, even though he's this really hard-core guy from the ghetto. A: Scott Wolf (Bailey on the Fox TV series "Party of Five"), but I would really rather not talk about it. I mean, I dated a hockey player for three years, and he was a doll.

One character smokes what appears to be crack cocaine on two occasions, but other use of alcohol and smoking is rather mild.

Again, the film turns very violent with many people ending up dead, most at the hands of the David character.

The twist here is that not only does the lover attack, but his friends join in and suddenly the movie turns into a scene straight from George Romero's "Night of the Living Dead." Just like in that classic film, people barricade the inside of a house to keep the outside attackers, who are very determined and resourceful, from gaining entry.

It's about the only highlight of the film, although Wahlberg (also known as rapper Marky Mark, and the underwear showing model) turns in an okay performance playing a parent's worst nightmare of a boyfriend.

She also dates David somewhat to rebel against her father, and has him sleep over while her parents are away.

This movie isn't much more than your run of the mill, "Fatal Attraction" type flick where a spurned lover stalks his/her former flame and finally attacks at the end (to prove their love for the former).

Everyone else will think that they've seen this one before. What appears to be a coming of age love story turns into a mean spirited and very violent film that probably isn't appropriate for younger kids.