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The acting is beyond bad right from the beginning. I kept wondering if it was a commercial within the movie. It wasn't.
It definitely has major potential, but it failed big time. Such a disappointment as it could have been awesome.
Zachary Levi's cameo was lame. The few movie references were cool, but short lived (Friday the 13th, Saw, Evil Dead). The ending was really bad! Glad I didn't pay money to watch this.
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