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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilNed View Post
    Just saw it. Don't see the point.
    I quite enjoyed it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    I quite enjoyed it
    Me too. But it was kinda pointless.

    There was nobody to root for. It felt very cold. It was an excercise in style, rather than substance. There was just nothing going on. The plot was rather dull as well.
    There were loads of places they could have gone with this film. I'm not sure they went with this one. It's just not very interesting.

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