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- Set in Boston in 1978, a meeting in a deserted warehouse between two gangs turns into a shootout and a game of survival.
- Got to see this in pre release and i found myself bored to death after 10 minutes, i must have left the theater after 40 minutes out of boredom, takes place in the 70 a deal gone bad from what i understood after that its all boring scene after boring scene i give it a strong 2<br/><br/>Its kind of sad that lots of people post fake reviews on movies raving how amazing they are when there is not much to talk about anyways.
- I've read so many nonsensical reviews on this site over the years, it's clear that most people now a days don't comprehend what it is they're watching. It's one thing to not LIKE a movie, but to say it's a BAD movie, or to trash said movie for seriously stupid reasons...i.e. not comprehending or paying attention, that's just dumb. Learn the difference between FACT and OPINION folks.<br/><br/>I've read complaints the likes of "why don't they stop and AIM". Let's see, maybe because THEY'RE BEING SHOT AT TOO". I mean seriously. Would you just stand up like a target, or would you want to stay behind cover.<br/><br/>Another complaint was, "where did they get all the ammunition". They could have brought it with them. When Ord patted everyone down, he was only checking to make sure no one was wearing a wire. He didn't care if they had guns or bullets. <br/><br/>I'd love to address the rest of the so called "criticisms", but there's not enough time in the world to explain all of them. All I can say is, stop punishing good movies because you don't understand them, or don't pay attention. And learn the difference between fact and opinion while you're at it. I've seen far too many people post dumb reviews for movies, for some seriously stupid reasons.
- There’s something lacking, a touch of the bizarre or the perverse, with just one particularly nasty death to serve as a reminder that you’re watching a Ben Wheatley film.
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