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This movie was horrible. I felt like I was watching a bunch of people playing dress up. Plus the fighting, shooting, blowing up of things, was laughable. The "acting" was like students at a community college were at their first week of training. Horrible horrible "acting" on everyones part. The main "actors" had so many cloths on, it made me sweat to look at them. So much cloth, the horses were about half seen most of the time. I hated this turkey. Speaking of which, the ending of the movie summed up for me how I felt about it. Laughable ending, but right on target so to speak.It was one of those movies I watched hoping it would get better, but it never did. This movie deserves -10 lemons.
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