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..the entire trailer for the film shows and sells it as if it's all Atherton and Elba and if that were the case then it would have been acceptable.. but in fact the movie is not all them (they're like one-third of it) and so it suffers.. for their story is limited and shortchanged, and the others that are in fact part of the film are not all that intriguing.. in fact they're pretty standard and boring.. they obviously wanted their names to draw attention, and with a bit more thought to the overall process (and having them involved as a larger part of the production) they could have wound up with a substantially better work... you're looking for them, and so you come away disappointed..
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