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First thing to say: Do not waste your money and time with this movie. I have warned you, i feel better now. I don't know how can people still waste money to do such crap, at first i thought it would be a thriller, a bad one, but with some good scenes. Oh boy, I was totally wrong, it is a comedy ( figure why ) : The acting is totally laughable, seems that everyone is doing a stupid role on purpose. The plot is hummm... err , plot , plot... is there a plot? I could list a lot of problems in this movie, but i got to one conclusion, it is a comedy. I am positive about that, the only thing( no big deal ) that was missing were the LAUGHS.
My rate 0 (ZERO).
( BTW: There is one laugh , when she goes on a training course, it looks so much like, i dont know, van damme movies, even remembers me of Joe Somebody )
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