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Honestly what are these other clowns on? 6 and 7 stars? This movie is one of if not the worst I have watched.
Terrible story line, woeful cgi, my ass could of acted scenes better and so many mistakes.
They should start paying people to watch this. If this was my movie and I had just watched the final cut, I would have slit my wrists, gouged my eyes out and then destroyed all evidence that the movie ever existed while I waited to bleed out.
I thought this movie may be so bad it would be funny, I was wrong it is just really, really bad.
I want the last hour and a half of my life back.
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