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A man cloaked in black arrives in the sleepy town of Paradise, Colorado. He knows too much about the town many unspoken secrets, and he himself holds the greatest secret of them all. Bearing the power to grant any unfulfilled dream, he is irresistible. As dark clouds and sandstorms envelop the town, it becomes apparent that Paradise is being isolated for a reason. But why?
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The Tomatometer measures the percentage of Approved Tomatometer Critics who recommend a certain movie --
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