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Some people keep saying it was derivative but I loved the way this film pushed the genre constrains in it's own unique and intriguing ways. Sure it was clichéd at certain obvious moments and had its inherent flaws but at the same token it surprised me at a few turns. I won't spoil this for anyone and I wont tell you the plot but just give it a try if you're bored one afternoon and have an hour or so to kill. just Just don't expect an Oscar worthy performance or mind blowing character study.
Not better than a 6/10 and the acting could have had a little more to it but I would watch something by these filmmakers again.
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