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Ann Marie Calhoun
There was enough gripping suspense to make me want to see the film through to the end, despite a few times when it dragged. Having the star bare his torso so often is a clue that more time might should been spent developing plot devices. Still, it was a compelling (if far-fetched) story and I'll probably watch it again some day -- when folding laundry.
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