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Even with low or no expectations, 200 M.P.H manages to have no redeeming qualities whatsoever. It is a very cheap-looking film, the editing is choppy and at times incomprehensible and the CGI effects are some of the worst of any movie I've seen, while the sound is muddled and the soundtrack manages to be both overbearing and repetitive. The dialogue is cheesy and banality at its worst, not helped by line delivery that is either flat or like the actors keep forgetting their lines(you can tell by the sluggish and awkward pacing of it). The story is so thin to the point of being non-existent and has no momentum or cohesion, while the car sequences have no excitement or fire and hindered further by the worst editing in the whole movie and effects so awful it begs belief. Much has been said about the ridiculous errors there are, and there's enough to make the largest Stephen King book seem comparatively short, and to the extent of a clear indication of the writers not doing any kind of research. It insults the intelligence, and that's even for those who are not as big an expert on cars as others, and credibility is next to nothing. Others have said that they feel like the same scene over again, and actually that is true. The movie does try to disguise it by using different cars each time but it doesn't work, you'll be shocked at how obvious it is. The direction has no style or character, in fact was there any direction here, and the acting especially from the leads is incredibly amateurish. The forgetting-of-lines-quality is just one of the problems, the complete lack of charisma, lack of chemistry and lack of involvement are just as bad. Overall, incredibly bad and even that doesn't cut the irredeemable awfulness that is 200 M.P.H. O/10(the lowest rating of all the movies I've seen in the past 4 months or so, mainly because of the effort of cutting down the times this rating has been given which actually is not very often with this viewer). Bethany Cox
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