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Great action movie, with soon to be A-List actor Jeffrey Davis, his performance was like watching James Dean, it is clear that he will be snatched up by Holllywood in no time!
The filmography was refreshing, evoking a real sense of dare I say beauty.
The plot unfolded rather naturally with only a few moments of slack in the pacing, but it made up for it in the twist and turn you weren't expecting, which is increasingly hard do to thanks to Guy Ritchie's genre busting films.
This one I will be seeing again!
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