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What the f##k! This f##king movie uses the word "FUCK" so f##king much it's clear that the author is a f##king idiot with no f##king vocabulary. Well, "Shit" seems to be a close second in this f##king movie.
Writer shows a complete lack of class by continuing the Hollywood trend to write scripts with the filthiest language repeated as many times as the screenwriter can us these words rather than showing any talent to use the written word for meaningful dialog.
Next time try to actually use the entire English language to write the screenplay and you might actually have an interesting and entertaining movie not a movie your mother would be ashamed to go see.
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