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David Rees Snell,
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David Clayton Rogers
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I'm only 15 minutes in.
15 minutes and I already hate this movie.
I don't think it's going to get better. It's like the director was like "Act as annoying and stupid as you can and be really unrealistic" This is such a horribly done film and like I've said I'm only 15 minutes in and I'm already hating this. It's such a cringe and horrible to watch. I really don't think I can sit through another hour and 30 minutes.
It's like the director is laughing at everyone who bought this film and sat through the whole film. I want to press stop but I feel I have to see how much worse this film could get. I can't believe I actually bought this film, I now highly regret this.
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