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[Henry sneaks up behind him]
I'm guessing you're not room service.
So you also have brains?
What's gonna be your next move, soldier?
Do you think I'm here to play fucking chess?
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I am from Urguguay and i couldn't believe what my eyes were seeing!!!!! Is not that hard go to internet or to an encyclopedia and search a little bit about the country that you are going to make a movie in!!! Lets review some misunderstands:we don't have goats!, we have cows, sheets, horses... but not goats!!:( We don't have mountains! We don't have Maya's ruins!!we never had Mayas! We don't have bananas! We don't have terrorists! We don't look like people from Peru or Bolivia. Anyway i have to say that for a moment it was funny ;) see all this ruins and mountains he he he. But at the same time i felt a little insulted from the director of this movie because he had no idea what he was talking about. I have no idea what they were trying to do, they needed a place to make their movie but they cant just invent a culture and a geography and people and a government to a country that already exists!! If you want to invent a new country its OK for me but don't put the name of mine in your non existing place. it is very disrespectful to all south American countries the fact that Hollywood feels free to say and show absolutely everything that they want about us including fakes things. so Anthony for your next movie just try to be a little more informed OK?
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