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Despite of all the other negative comments, I personally found this movie worth to watch. I was not planning to watch this movie intentionally. When I dropped by the cinema, this was the only movie available. Thus, I bought a ticket in an attempt to "kill" my time. To my surprise, it came out to be a "not-bad" movie. Especially the ending, it was totally beyond my prediction !
Overally speaking, this movie is not that bad ! Some scenes are very scary ! The ending is unexpected !
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