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If the book had been made into a three-hour film, it would have been excellent. They would have had time to do things right. As it is, they compact a wide-ranging tale set in the future into a dodgy action flick in the present day.
Do yourself a favour - read the book.
Donald Sutherland is too cool, though.
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