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If you're from another planet that is. Roger Daltrey has to be one of the worst actors that I've seen in all my living days. For that reason, Cold Justice is a laughable fun movie to watch with a pint of beer if you want to laugh at awful acting, and an awful movie in general with no kind of clear plot or direction. The other actors are also very boring. There is not one scene that sticks out memorable just Roger walking around limping and talking in his awful cockney accent. Roger Daltrey is currently starring in an infomercial about Time Life Classic Rock Music, "Now that's what I call a Bargain". Stay up and watch it--it's another laughable treat. ;) Cheers!
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