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This one is a fun one. There's nothing particularly special about it, and in all honesty, I appreciate Ryuhei Kitamura's other movies more. That said, it does a lot with the simple setup. The action is mediocre and the cinematography is a little standard. You might also feel that the movie drags at times, but bouts of gore keep you entertained. The finale is quite worth the wait. Also, really cool soundtrack for the credits :)
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