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The Chemist is a gritty action thriller about an aging assassin who is double crossed by his employer when he refuses to assassinate a woman he just met. On the run; Steele (Olivier Gruner) becomes the next target in this fast-paced battle, assassin vs. assassin, until he is surprised by a secret that changes everything he thought he knew. To complicate matters even more he begins to fall in love with his would-be target.Written by
Don't even know where to start, really bad cinematography and terrible editing, some of the worst editing I have ever scene, some scenes and continuity do not make sense at all. If you think you saw the worst acting ever, just wait till you watch Stephanie Gerard!! I have seen lots of bad movies and bad acting but Truly this girl is the worst actress I have ever seen in my life, hands down. The rock music was so irritating! I have no idea who is giving Art Camacho money to make movies, this director is beyond awful really really bad, just look at his past work, the awfulness speaks all for itself. Best part of this movie was: Patrick Kilpatrick and Steven Dell and Nina Bergman too bad they weren't in this movie that much, but the director rather focused on Olivier Gruner who has no personality or charisma whatsoever and Stephanie Gerard, who takes bad acting to a whole other level, truly horrid. I saw this movie won some awards but then I did some research on the AOF, and found out the owner and Art Camacho Are close friends, and it is the same festival that gave Art an award for another awful movie called confession of a pit fighter, but that movie is not as bad as this one, not even close. so no wonder why they got these awards! Which this movie as bad as it is does not deserve any!
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