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Spencer T. Folmar
Numerous times throughout this film, the lips of a character are saying one thing but the audio is dubbed over saying something completely different. This happens to Val Kilmer a lot. I'm guessing he wasn't able to deliver his lines properly so they were later edited in. Odd to watch this happen time and time again. Besides that it was a pretty generic.
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