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I don't know why everyone thinks this one is so bad. It is not worse than "The Bone Collector". It is nicely done, with some unbelievable plot, but fun to watch. The best moment which made us laugh was when the inspector complains about the "american psychos" now imported to France. The film was not too boring as well. Check it out, but do not expect a masterpiece.
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