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Travis Van Winkle
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It had a good enough story line leading up and kept me intrigued as to exactly how things would play out. Then it was as if the story writers gave up.
What I had anticipated to be the better half of the movie, quickly went downhill. The revenge on the bullies was too rushed and characters had to explain what was happening rather than let the screen 'tell' it.
Ended with too many 'What happens to ...?' and leaves a lot of holes in the story.
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