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I don't know about anyone else, but I found it really irritating to see two people engaged in conversation and not hear what they say, because two people are having a conversation off screen and we hear that, but don't see them. The, when the two people we see are heard, the camera is off showing a man getting chopped with an axe. Next, we see three people having a conversation, and all we hear is twangy music appropriate for a cheap strip club. Just irritating.
You know, maybe the sound track was just off. It didn't matter as there really wasn't anything going on screen that mattered. Seriously, for a movie about killing stepsisters in Texas, this movie was 90% conversation.
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