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Hey, can't TV movies be of 2 hrs? It seemed like the writer had a crude idea, which if well written, can make the viewers connect with the characters, which was not the case in this film. The story seem to be rushed. Characters were not well developed at a point and the story is taken forth. Screenwriters should expand the characters by adding some more scenes. Also, if you are making a futuristic sci-fi romantic comedy, you need to spend some money, you just have to. Here, the special effects were minimal, and whichever were present were mediocre. It doesn't look like this is a production of 2012, but of 1990. Acting from all the actors was average. There was nothing much to do. I felt a great need of more emotional moments. Everything felt stale. Direction felt weak. All in all, a skipable movie.
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