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-Villain/Antagonist motivation is weak and
also its backstory
-Supporting characters are flat
-Unnecessary sub plots
-2.5/5 Chili Peppers
The story itself has some flaws, it has a weak world building. It's antagonist has weak qualities of a good villain where you could hate him in the entire film. The movie also suffers from the lack of good backstory for the supporting characters and some of its protagonist motivation. Some subplots are not needed in the film , it just make the film longer and dragging.
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