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Where to begin... The movie seemed forced from the beginning; never really connected with the characters. I left the theater wondering why Kevin's performance wasn't more epic, it leaves you wondering if the movie was bad or if you missed something!
The movie didn't give you much background into Kevin's character, just made you assume several things about his character. The film could have tied-up some loose ends through-out but failed to bring it together. Its worth seeing, however I wish I would have rented it.
The role of his female counterpart in the film was a bit shallow and felt forced to me. The movie made you believe she had certain orders, but the content throughout didn't support that.
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