Perhaps the concept of a "weighted average," which some viewers have found unjustified and misleading, should indeed be scrapped. Differences of opinion are of course inevitable and on the whole a good thing, but there are some evaluations which appear to just about everyone to be intuitively obvious. The 2.0 score which currently shows at IMDb is stunning. Of the three user reviews, one gives it a seven and two a nine. This can't be due to the users being Australian reviewers of an Australian film. The film has an intriguing plot, the actors are excellent in their roles and the direction and cinematography are on the whole well above what we've been typically treated to in this genre. The 2.0 score will discourage viewers who would otherwise have found this movie well worth their time. We're not talking about a masterpiece by any means, but if that were our standard we'd watch one movie every ten years. Don't be misled by the very odd 2.0.
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