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Good psychological thriller, though compromised by some bits of bad acting
U Want Me 2 Kill Him is a psychological thriller of the crop of lower budget movies that mix tech savvy young people and computers. A lot of things in this movie happens over an Internet connection, but this is not a 'geek-hacker' plot.
The plot is interesting, and there also some complex character development. This is definitively not your regular "pick a list of stock characters" drama movie.
However, acting is somehow inconsistent. Not bad, but inconsistent - there are some great intense scenes that are just followed by some instances of really bad acting (which is why I give this movie a 7 instead of 9 score).
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