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This is one of those movies you watch because you have seen everything else. However, there is some entertainment value to this movie. The bad lines that makes you chuckle, poor acting, and fight scenes that border on comical at times kept me watching. The movie did hold my attention. I kept hoping for an explanation of key events at some point, but it never came, and made the whole thing fall flat for me. I was trying to figure out the direction of the movie because it all seemed so muddled. By the end I felt like the whole point was like one of those Saturday morning cartoon specials, the silly ones that slap you in the face with some kind of moral message. Their was no explanation of main events, and the characters reacted in such unnatural ways, one might mistake them for the clones. I would not watch it again, but I've seen worse.
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