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I'm one of those people who takes each film I watch with a completely open mind willing to give anything a go not pre judge,well I have to say this is one of the most atrocious films I have had the displeasure in watching in the last 10 years. How some studios give money and time to trash like this is beyond me I could save them so much by reading the script for them and chucking it straight in the bin. I think you could put any actors in this even have Scorsese direct it and it would still be a yawning piece of junk.Thats not to say the acting was great because it was far from it,am I in a minority here who thinks Orlando Bloom is a wooden mannequin of an actor? He may prove me wrong one day but I will be surprised although he wasn't too bad in the TV extras series. But to be fair De Niro would have struggled to bring much to this tripe Avoid
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