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This is one of those movies where the idea is good and you wish someone skilled had handled it. Very bad writing, not very good acting but the acting that is good is wasted on this plot and this script. The scientist kid, the one who delivers the worst lines in the movie is ironically the best actor. Everything about this movie is done wrong.
It takes about 10 minutes to realize that the actors who play the DJ and the scientist should have switched roles. The scientist actor is the most like the sketched out DJ's. Anyone who went to raves and has been in the scene would know that.
Idiotic government-like propaganda conflating terrorists with environmentalists and anarchists, and lumping in the peaceful and intelligent occupy wall street people with terrorists as well. It's unnecessary, moronic drivel, especially for these times.
It takes a -very- long time before the premise is solidified. More than a half-hour into the movie they finally get there and it's a disappointment. The timing and the pacing is terrible.. way too much meaningless dead content.
I was dared to sit through this, that's the only reason I watched till the end because I got something out of the dare. I might have made it the half hour, otherwise.
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