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I've never quite understood why they insist in speaking with these unreal London accents!
Needless to say this could have been an average film at best, but instead we are left with what seems a poorly edited, averagely directed and some rather poor acting. The plot is weak at its best and the script is so way off from we are expecting in terms of British film standards.
That said, if you have some free time on a Wednesday afternoon, you could do a lot worse.
Not our finest British hour.
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