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I had mixed feelings after watching Revolution X: The Movie. On one hand, the movie was funny, the plot was interesting and people can follow different storylines. There are several main characters who deliver the entertainment. On the other hand, I can't ignore the plot holes and the impossible silly situations which make this film so conflicting - a kidnapped girl will surely call the police in such situations (how did she actually still have her phone???), her silly friends should also have called the police. What's more, I had the feeling that the teachers were more than the students which is also impossible in the real world.
Revolution X still had its shining stars - I liked the way the criminals were introduced and their development was unbelievably good. Mihail (Alexander Sano) was surely the most valuable character in the movie and his scenes were quite enjoyable for the audience.
Overall, the movie delivered many enjoyable moments and you can watch it in order to support the Bulgarian cinema!
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