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Don't say a word, but I feel I must "crass". This big budget American thriller is an absolute joke. I am just glad most of the other people who have added comments about this film I totally agree with. I thought I had seen it all before but this director takes bad film making to the max. There are so many plot holes in this film that it actually becomes funny. I can't believe Douglas (psychiatrist turned action hero in the space of a few minutes) agreed to star in this and Sean Bean must be one of the luckiest actors around for the number of parts he receives. This film was that predictable that my friends and I kept pausing the film and we guessed what would happen in the next scene and low and behold a 100% strike rate to the end of the film. What really annoys me about this type of film is that it will always make a fortune at the U.S box office when films like Memento struggle to make a profit. What is up (except from a few intelligent ones) with the American/World audiences, how come this type of movie always does well. If you have an IQ above 50 please avoid this film at all costs because it is an insult to your intelligence.
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