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What if you can't deal with this new person you see in the mirror?
Well then, sir, I'll just get myself a nice piece of ass and a good cigar. I don't feel sorry for myself 'cause no one else gives a shit.
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This isn't exactly a master-piece. But it's not quite the opposite, either. There is some kind of story. There are some kind of characters, among them and foremost a world-weary, disillusioned black-ops guy, portrayed by Kevin Sorbo in a most convincing manner. There even is some kind of acting by more people than just Kevin Sorbo.
None of this is really very much fleshed-out, everything is a tad disjointed and quite... trashy in terms of production value. Which I suspect pretty much hits the nail: it's yet another remake of Predator, suffering from all of the original's problems as well as lack of money.
But there sure are worse things out there to kill 82 minutes with.
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