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Doesn't make me feel better.
What we did to those guys.
Those pigs? You kidding? They deserved it.
Maybe but it doesn't make me feel any better - it kinda seemed like you enjoyed it.
Men are all the same; the only thing that stops them from acting like pigs is that they're cowards and they're afraid of being caught.
Did something happen to you? Like when you were a kid or something?
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It's pretty obvious that even the media critics, who get paid to watch movies and are supposed to have greater insight than the average joe, didn't understand this movie. They were too busy looking for the elements of what ever genre they had already consigned the movie to and when those elements weren't there, instead of maybe wondering what they missed they simply wrote it off as a failed movie. To be fair, maybe you have to see it at least twice to pick up the hints that tell you what the real story is. I won't point them out because that would be too much of a spoiler but, to anyone who reads reviews before they see a movie, don't be sidetracked by those who call it a "revenge flick", or a "slasher flick", whether they liked it or disdained it as an example of those genres, and look for more.
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