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Jonathan Erickson Eisley,
If you want to watch a movie where every single scene is an argument, and I mean this literally, there is barely one scene in the movie where the lead role isn't arguing, yelling, or being yelled at by everyone he interacts with, then watch Element. Personally I watch movies to relax, but this one had me yelling too, at the actors, at the script writer, at the director, everything. I managed to make it to the end, which surprised me, I had really hoped for the plot to change, or the actors to start acting instead of yapping fast lines. If I have to say something positive, it's that the movie has a start, a middle and an ending, though not a very good ending. Summary: bad acting, bad script and a lot of yelling.
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