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This movie was beyond excellent!!!! It had great graphics, was well made, and it had a very good storyline. It packed together action and romance together wonderfully and the message was very good. The actors did a good job and it actually was very artful. (There wasn't anything which disturbed me either! No foul language or anything obscenely vulgar or any cheesy fluffy junk) I am extremely picky when it comes to movies I like and I actually was worried it wasn't going to be good, but this was on the same level as Jane Austen, Bourne, and Disney to me. I absolutely loved it! I left with the sweetest feelings and the entire movie was very entertaining as well as upholding what is good. I'd definitely watch it again and recommend it to a friend. It was like a superhero mixed together with a fairytale in a history book. Very good!:D :D :D :D
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