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This film just came across to me as amateurish and non-believable with stilted dialogue as well. Numerous chases and martial arts scenes are very predictable.
Also, could someone have gotten Bloom a band-aid for that bloody forehead gash he was sporting almost the entire movie?
Overall, can't recommend.
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