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This is "The game meets "Saw", but not in a good way. Characters are cardboard, no back story. The only true performance that merits attention is Natasha" she carries the movie. The lead did a semi good job making the audience "hate him" but doesn't have that "it" factor to be a lead. The beginning seemed like the writer didn't quite know how to start with the story, but seemed to pick it up (a tiny bit) toward the middle but get writers block at the conclusion. There is lee way for a sequel, but I escaped and I'm not going back.
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