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The movie wasn't bad. Not spectacular, but not bad. I thought it was pretty scary. Not so much because of the story, but more of how it was presented by Jeff Fahey. It really helps you to get into the movie if the actor is into it. And he definitely was. There are some people that don't have the acting skills to tell the story as it should be. Jeff didn't have that problem and I thought he did well. The story was pretty intense at some moments. It wasn't really far fetched. It kinda makes you wonder how it would be if we could transplant whole body parts. I think that how religious you are would affect how you view it very much. I liked the story because it was based on a good and unexplored idea as of today because we don't have the technology to try it. But it's fun to wonder how the world would react and change if we could do it. You should see it, if you haven't already, at least to know your own thoughts on it. Instead of simply taking mine, you should go find your own. Happy viewing!!!
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