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Dude, I'm telling you, look, there's something weird about her.
What, like Jerry Springer weird?
No, no, no, no, no. I'm talking E.T., Area 51, brother from another planet type weird.
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It could have been worse. The plot was realistic and reasonable but need more factual details to be more convincing. There are a lot of interesting characters but the lacking of their background stories make them feeled more like props. The direction was foggy. It seemed like the director let the audience fill in the blanks. There seemed to be a lot more of the story to tell but it was left out, trying to fit the whole stories into the movie. This should have been a ten-hour mini-series or a series.
There were no romance or sexual tension (from what I got) and that was the good part of the film. I also like the superhero(ine) that has enough weakness to make her feel like a human. I probably like Jane more than Superman, Batman or even Laura Croft.
The soundtrack was lovely, it could be the best part of the film. The worst part would be the Vaugier's hair. What were they thinking.
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