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It's odd. I like the actors so I thought I would like the movie, but the opposite was true. It was just unpleasant and not particularly entertaining. It seems to go on forever getting nowhere in particular and doing so unenjoyably. I don't like most of today's movies either, especially anime and other cartoons featuring famous voices. It seems that since the writers's strike Hollywood has done everything to spend a lot of money without using good writers,new ideas, repeating old movies that did not need to be remade ever. Most people cannot afford the prices of movies--$9.50 per show and the snacks are more expensive than they could possibly be worth. Where are people getting the money for these prices with virtually no jobs in the country and people losing their homes and having little or nothing to eat.
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