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Not my kind of movie, but I really liked it. No pretending, no idealization, the things what they are. The idea is always more important than the acting, and here we have both done good. I just watched a movie with Norman Reedus yesterday and I think he is playing his part very well in this one too. One of the scenes I didn't like is the fight on the beach. Too identical scenes, too much time taken for them. And I think they should show more between Elizabeth and Robert, like contact, like conversation, like communication between them. We know they had something together in the past only because she mentioned it. The end was good for me, but I think they should show it if she get back to him. I really prefer that kind of movies, than actions with too much effects and chaotic fighting.
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