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This movie isn't that bad as it is confusing. One wonders why three people were needed or why they didn't do it earlier in the first place. Do Indians really say "Ay Chihuahua?" This film doesn't even have the pleasures of a caper film, because of all the loose ends. The ending was pretty anti-climatic as well. I wonder why screenwriters allow these plots to be so flimsy. Watch only if you enjoy Far East scenery.
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