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Yes, the acting is bad and Liams inexperience with everything regarding movies show, but I still liked this movie. It had good pacing, very interesting plot twists and Torsten Flinck's interpretation of the villains is just amazing.
The time line of the movie is a bit hard to follow and makes you wonder about the context of the discussion Liam is having with the woman.
Overall, there are some things I would like to have explained, but this is still a movie I recommend and even if it is not as famous as the first one, I think this was a better movie.
It was good that they brought Ray back as well. One funny thing to note is the lack of roles for him and Liam - which is natural for Liam, as he was in prison.
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