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When Ryan is helping the little girl in the alley with her leg there is a scene with a disappearing/reappearing bow. At first it's not there, then we see her hurt leg and she has a bow on the left side, then he takes it off to tie around her leg and it's magically back again, then finally gone again. See more »
Worst Directing Ever!!!
nuff said. I get that they bounced back and forth in the time line, and if that's done right, it's a good thing but this was done so haphazardly. I kept falling asleep. Can't stay focused on a film that has botched scene sequencing. It was so poorly done, it made me loose interest. Much like trying to put a puzzle together with a boat load of ill fitting pieces.
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