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How can a director put so much effort and money in a movie while overlooking so many factual mistakes?! There are at least a dozen of them. Reminds me of the worst Hollywood movies where good guys shoot dozens of bad guys without being hit once (it happens once in this movie and the rest is as surreal as that). I like the actors individually, I've seen them in many movies, but this one is just not made for them: they all play their role badly. They are as much unfit for the movie as the scenario is riddled with incongruities. Next time, please Mr. Director, take some more time and make the movie accurate and believable.
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