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After having had a sneak-preview of Mercenaries, i must admit it just wasn't very good, even for a Balkaneze guy like me.
The plot seems rushed, the actors are mediocre at best, and there just isn't any substance to get you hooked on the story. The only character you can sympathize a little with, is Andy Marlow(played by Robert Fucilla). Along with Kirsty Mitchell, they did a decent job acting.
But having watched it, i was like "was that it?", and i started wondering if it was worth the time in the first place.
I hope somebody out there enjoys it...
because i didn't.
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