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I must say that I really liked the film, and I'm--by a degree--a big fan of Dolph...(though I must say Pentathalon wasn't one of my faves, but then again I was looking for an action flick and got that instead--With the exception of a few of his films, his acting has always been wooden...but with The Last Warrior, Hidden Assassin, and this one, Jill the Ripper, he is beginning to emote, and not just spout off lines. I was really impressed with the movie, but why not give us more evidence that the movie is supposed to take place in '77. Other than the vehicles and the outfits, you can't even tell. Now I need to go rent Detention. Wonder how his new movie that he's shooting in Romania will turn out. Way to go Dolph!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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