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This was a thoroughly disappointing, drawn out movie, with a very poor script that made it arduous to watch.
It had the potential to be so much better but just kept falling flat at every available 'twist and turn' and apart from a few good scenes and some remotely okay acting it just appeared to become a bit cliché and lacklustre.
Shame as it had the potential to be so much more.
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