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When Bobby goes into his on-suite bathroom to tend to the gunshot wound, he closes the hinged door; but when he exits it is now a slide door. See more »
Let him go.
What? Fuck is wrong with you, man?
I said I changed my mind, let him go!
He's worth a hundred fuckin' thousand dollars, I'm takin' him in!
Am I not speaking English?
I don't care what you speaking, you big goofy motherfucker. I said I'm takin' him in...
[draws a gun and blows Razor's head off]
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..and I'm talking about the Film technical side! how is it even possible that an elevator show up in a movie (which has some awful editorial work!) which has nothing to do with the scene or even the situation within the scene?! i just don't get it. i really am upset!
the technical side of this movie is pure horrible. I'm glad i don't own it. but i thought the world should know this: the acting is one thing, but if the editing is bad - and i mean really 'bad' - how worse can it be?
watch it yourself with an eye on the little details.. sometimes it seems the actors weren't told what to do.
I rated it 2 out of 10 because the acting overall didn't blow as much as the technical incompetence that leads through this movie.
one upset movie lover.
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