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Easily the worst movie I have ever seen. The acting is good. The direction must be a joke on all of us. Human beings are not like this; we have a brain, and are better than this. We are not zombies. I believe this production and the direction of it, is intentional. It is bad. The movie is filled with clichés and lacks authenticity in most scenes. The atmosphere of the film is artificial. The characters, by themselves solicit sympathy, but feels like they are manipulated by the director, complicity or not, to utter the dialog, and complete the film. There is an ineffable quality to all the main characters and they are portrayed in the story as if to play a joke on the audience. I believe the director and the producers intended to betray the audience with this movie.
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