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I can't find any interest in this movie. Boring, predictable, slow, dumb etc. Maybe if a cinema historian 100 years after asked a sample of all the cliches in a cop movie, it could be a contestant. It uses them all. From plot cliches to character cliches to location cliches. In fact there was a point where I was thinking which one I hadn't seen yet and tada! in the next scene it was there!
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