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This could have been a great film. You are gently taken to the edge of your seat but then you simply laugh at the cinematographers attempt to woo you into "disbeleafland" you are then taken to. Far too much "CGI" shot after shot relentless becomes boring. Looks like a film made by a committee that didn't get on, and consequently lost some of their budget. Sure in some parts you have to admire where they wanted the film to take you, but they clearly lost the route map. Don't get me wrong, you need to see the film for what it is, but be prepared to say after your journey, " was too far fetched to be believable". After all , we are happy to be taken to somewhere unbelievable, but it has to still be believable, still with me...good... Finally it looks like two films shot with different formats stitched together, the bad parts filmed with camera-phones . having said all that Ime glad I saw the film, it was enjoyable, but as I already said "could have been great"
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