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Jenna Harrison is the best thing in this film, and she didn't even have any lines.
But you know what, it was watchable. A lot of the storyline was a bit confusing, and sometimes didn't make sense. You would expect more from such a seemingly good cast. I kept expecting something great to happen, or for the storyline to come together, but it just didn't. I admit, I was a bit disappointed, but I watched it all the way through. So thats something, right?
At the end of the day, I support British films, and British actors. Its not brilliant, at times its not even good. Its watchable, predictable and AT TIMES laughable. But hey, give it a go.
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