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Chris W. Freeman,
As a HUGE fan of the Bourne Trilogy, I have yet to find a good substitute. After watching The Liquidator, I can honestly say this movie has the same intense hand-to-hand action, explosive demolitions, twisting plot line and top-notch actors.
The quick motion camera action was terrific and flowed very well. Whoever is responsible for the close-quarters combat choreography did a great job too. It was believable, fast-paced and unpredictable. I would have liked to have seen a larger variety of weapons utilized.
Loved the ending, certainly didn't see it coming. Nice work to all involved. I'll definitely be watching this movie again and recommending to all my friends.
The Orange Jeep Dad
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