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During surgery, the Nurse refer to a "bicep." A trained medical professional would know that the correct word is "biceps"--singular as well as plural. See more »
When I walk away, don't jump on my back, okay? If you do, I'm going to fuck you up for real this time.
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If I were to say one thing to sum up this movie, it would be "wasted potential". This is not a bad movie, it's just not as good as it could've been. There are multiple points where they set up something that seems like it could be really cool, but never quite pay it off.
This movie has a really cool premise, it's got a nice grimy but sleek style to it, and filled with Interscope characters. Jodie Foster is incredible, and Dave Bautista steals the show when he's on screen, but again it never quite reaches the peak of what it could've done with these characters.
So while you don't need to rush out and see it, I'd still give it a chance because at the very least it is quite entertaining.
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