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Mark Hall took part in this film as a featured extra as a mall security guard, and is briefly visible during the scene in the food court where Alberta throws orange soda on Isaac. While wiping the soda from his face, Isaac briefly glances behind him to see Mark Hall's character staring back at him. See more »
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Don't give them a choice. Believe in something strongly enough, even if it's total bullshit, so will everyone around you.
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After reading the reviews on this film I sat down with the frame of mind that this was going to be a really good watch. Much to my surprise I was HORRIBLY wrong. For a start the acting was only mediocre at best so maybe these other reviews are on a different film. The plot was ridiculous and far fetched and also very predictable. I didn't see this in a cinema but if I did I would think twice about asking for my money back. I am very open minded about movies as I watch a lot of them every single week but this definitely was not a good movie. If you want my advice stay away or you will be p****d off that that you have just wasted almost 2 hours of your life.
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