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This was fun to watch, see where it takes me, I don't have to get too involved movie. The beauty of this movie was the fact that you never really care what happens to any of the characters so you are detached from the outcome of anyone's actions. All of the character's in this movie, save for the persistent detective played by Luke Wilson, are deviants to a society that created them. With a few twists and turns the plot flows smoothly from start to finish with little left to the imagination. It seemed a little predictable, but nevertheless fun to watch the plot unravel. The acting was precise and enjoyable and any movie that kills off a Carrie-Ann Moss character is a good one.
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