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Interesting look at the interplay between two detectives investigating a heist from a rich mans art collection...very smartly scripted with good quality actors playing believable roles that do not insult your intelligence...Good screenplay and very good shots...all in all a good quality movie...don't believe the low rating..it is balderdash...also this business of not being able to submit a review unless it has 10 lines is stupid...but these are their rules and so I must say something else here to satisfy their rules.well, once again they will not let me submit without more lines...really?...give me a break...maybe I should start relating green eggs and ham like ted cruz did during his filibuster...honestly this rule is so stupid..I have said everything I wanted to say, and kept it succinct for a reason...but lets give it another try and see if these people will allow me to submit...ridiculous rule
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