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Aaron J. Davis
Poor, non logical story. Plot points change within minutes. Horrible, wooden acting. Worst camera work (barely any camera movement unless the actors move a lot). Editing at it's worst (many scenes just cut short, especially during "action" scenes). No direction. Crappy CGI.
The only thing acceptable is the soundtrack, which I'm sure is stock music though so still no extra points for the movie.
Just avoid it at all costs.
Yes, I rarely write reviews but this one definitely deserved this since it's probably the worst movie ever made.
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