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Oh my God If anyone can tell me what this movie was about, I would be ecstatic. This is the most strung together, green screened piece of crap I have ever seen. I can't believe I am the first person to write a review on this cinematic turd. Bad movies are a passion of mine but this one was complete suffering.
OK, people are dying and this professor has something to do with all of them. Beyond that, there is no plot. It seems to have a cast of thousands as they keep showing random new people who are only in one scene. The main actors are actually decent and deliver their lines well...problem is, the lines are completely nonsensical and strung together randomly.
Thankfully it was free with Prime but I feel like Amazon owes ME money for subjecting me to such drivel.
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