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Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager
Interesting Story, Hero, Villain, Bumbling Idiots, and Babes
WOW, lucky I watched the film before I read that last dudes review (must have it in for filmmaker?)Anyway, saw the film in high def last week and the landscape shots were breathtaking, I liked the storyline and that machine where you are chained and need to fight to save your loved one is absolutely awesome. I know the film is a Indy low budget but didn't have that feel to it, kinda hovered on the cusp. Would love to see it re done by James Cameron or Spielberg(lol). Back to the review, the bumbling idiots were great in there roles and made me laugh, the connection between the hero and heroine was great (great job by the heroine), the tension between the hero and villain was less than exciting and the rest of the cast was believable and did a good job. The action (fight)scenes looked cool especially with the funky looking bad dudes. Oh did I mention that Jessica Szohr is also in it and looks really............you know.
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