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This movie will most probably be panned on the ground of the director name. But don't, i just saw t at the Bruxelles Film Festival and the movie has nothing to be ashamed of, nor his director; This may not be the best movie of all time, but Uwe Boll deliver us a tightly packed action movie, with echoes of a more profound reflection behind it. It's intelligent, the script is actually a more evolved than most people will think at first and the photography is not bad at all (aside for maybe an abuse of shaky on the shoulder camera-work). The director was on stage to intro the movie and i ll give him credit for standing up to what he believes in and his no-hold barrel style.
Give the man a chance, and give this movie a chance.
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