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What a waste of time. I can only imagine how badly this movie ends, since I could only bare to watch about 20 minutes of it.
The budget for this movie is around 26 million; can you imagine how many good things could be done using this money? The reason why these senseless movies are still being made is that even though they are complete garbage, they still end up making money; so, at the end of the day, all people involved in the movie is fine with it, regardless of its terrible message.
What has happened to Hollywood? Well, they have sold their art for money, and that is all that matters to them money. However, to glorify a bunch of psychopaths well, that is a little too much for me.
Please don't watch this movie.
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