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As others have pointed out, this film is wholly forgettable. The script was tripped over by actors who deserve better. And the plot went down like a case of selective memory loss. The premise was good but the execution was messy.
"Who am I? Who are you?" After a while I was asking myself the same question, along with some others, "What am I watching this for? Where is this going" Truth be told, a fine ensemble cast (Barry Pepper certainly deserves better) couldn't help the flawed script and the screwy nonsense of a story. Still, they made the effort, which was the only thing that made the film palatable. Unfortunately for all concerned, they couldn't figure out how to leave the building. Half way through, I was looking for door too.
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