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I was first intrigued with this film when the trailers came out. It had all the perfect ingredients, I thought. However, when watched the film on the big screen, I was a little disappointed.
Maybe, it was the cinema, the subtitles was chopped off and so was the top half! Since it was a digital release, they should first checked that the ratio was suitable for screening, even in the smaller cinemas.
The storyline was not that bad. However, it was like watching 'Eastenders' on the big screen. The film did have brilliant soundtracks, so 109 minutes didn't seem that painful.
Overall, an OK film, perfect for TV or DVD.
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