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It's just not a good movie. Supposed to be funny, but isn't. It's cool that you get to see some people getting shot, some cracked necks, which isn't expected in a comedy, but it's just a bad story. Wouldn't have cared if it was funny, but it really was boring.
We saw this movie because there was nothing else to watch, and because we were out without the baby for the night. Should have just gone to the bar instead.
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