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Seen some mixed reviews so I finally watched it and I felt like though the film is good certain parts felt rushed. The acting is great (no question about that) but it seems to me that certain parts went on for to long and they could have cut it down to make the film a lot better. Regardless it's still a watchable film right to the end but improvements could have been made.
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