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The acting was good. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, did a great job.
When Stitch was killed and the Courier and Anna grieved by going to bed, then I knew the plot was lame. How did the Courier find all the leads? There was never any indication...he just knew? The twist of Elvis lives and the Courier, was what one reviewer called "a muddled mess".....I agree. Then the ending with the couriers son, where did that come from and what happened to the son? The end result...the movie didn't make any sense, it didn't have a cohesive plot.
The writer/screenwriter truly failed at what could have been a very good action movie.
What a colossal waste of money for the backers.
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