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A good friend and mentor of mine is in this movie as Kyle Flynn, so naturally, I wanted to see him in a movie. Unfortunately, that was the only good reason whatsoever to see this catastrophe. Not once was I entertained except for the paintball scene which was pretty darn hilarious. Try not to see this one.
Bad acting, bad characters, bad writing, bad direction, bad editing and bad everything else have a big role to play in this one. I like Mark's acting and Adam West but that was about it. I even had to fast forward after about 40 minutes just to get it over with. If you don't have a good reason to watch this like I did, then don't.
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