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David James Elliott
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David James Elliott,
saw the pilot, and it was bad. basic premise: sort of Manchurian candidate for the average Joe. but done badly.
the pilot opens and we learn David blacks out for 60 minutes repeatedly, but doesn't start to worry until he wakes up with a shovel in his hand and a dead body in front of him. then, he's confused and scared. the acting is terrible, camera work is incredibly basic, and the writing sounds like it's for a USA movie of the week. what's worse, there are so many plot holes and questions marks (no traffic in downtown Washington D.C., ability to throw a dead body over a bridge in D.C. without anyone seeing, your best buddy also being in charge of your brainwashing program, etc.)that it makes you feel like elementary school students wrote it. save your time and watch something else.
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