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This was painful to have to sit through, torture basically. The bigger names that were in this were the only wavering grace, their parts to small to make this worth seeing.
Over acting, choppy disjointed storyline, nothing flowed.
The script, the accents, the screenplay horrible.
Not worth spending a dime on.
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