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The acting isn't stellar, the plot has more holes than a golf course, but it's entertaining I was never bored watching it, giving it 1 star is missing the point of what the movie was trying to achieve, giving it 10 stars was over the top as it's a seriously flawed movie.
The action sequences are reminiscent of an episode of "The A Team", just enjoy it's silliness and don't take the movie seriously.
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