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Well as there were no reviews I started to watch this film as I like the genre. I'm generally very tolerant reviewing movies and was prepared to give it a chance. However after 10 minutes I could give no more!
The acting is pretty naff and the shooting scenes (at least those I saw) were pretty poorly done. I usually sit through really crap movies just to see if they get better, but there was no way this looked like it was going to improve.
It looks more like a cheap TV movie. Give it a go if you must but 10 minutes was all I could watch.
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