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Bad story, bad unfolding (if there's even any). Just awful, I wished I followed the tip of other reviewers and just watched Timberfalls, and never ever even look at this one for a second. Some movies are banned because they are too gruesome, this one should be banned for being soo bad. DO NOT WATCH IF YOU LIKE GOOD MOVIES! Seriously, I'm trying really hard to come up with anything positive about this movie. But It's just not possible. I suppose I could say some of the surroundings look nice, but then I would implement there's something worth watching about this movie so I won't. If you want to see something good, go take a walk on the street. I'll guarantee It'll be more satisfying than this terrible movie.
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