From the trailers that I had been seeing, I was really hyped for this movie. Yet again, I was disappointed. The plot is a good one. It could have been a really great movie, but they flopped on the ending. There was so much build up and tension that when the finale hit, I was thinking it would go crazy. Nope; it’s almost as if they were told they had a day to wrap up and finished too quickly. The ending didn’t compete with the rest of the movie.
I’m wondering if they edited the [email protected] out of this movie. It seems like there was so much more but it didn’t make it to the final cut. I wouldn’t say that there were major plot holes, but a lot of loose strings. The first 80 minutes I’d give an A, but the last five minutes were rushed and not polished.
It’s an okay movie, but I’d probably wait for the DVD; it’s not worth the price of a movie night out.
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