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I gave this one a 6/10 because of the twists involved. It was a very enjoyable movie, moved along very well, the actors were very good.
With all of the trash out on the market now days, its nice to see a good drama that catches your attention and keeps it.
I am not much for drama, but this is one I would recommend. I feel it will be one of the best missed movies of 2009.
Johnathon Schaech is riveting in this role.
I know that most of the critics will give this one a low score just because there are no big names in it, but don't let that miss-lead you... This is a good movie to watch, not a waste of time or money.
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