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I was, forced to watch this movie. I saw the trailer and thought "That looks terrible" then I watched the movie and... it was terrible. It is getting a 2/10 because it made me laugh a couple times, so it did bring a little pleasure to my life.
The key issues was the inclusion of a character that had no purpose, literally zero. The constant explanation on things that didn't need to be explained. Seriously, there are too many times that a question is asked and then BAM the answer is over-explained the audience is stupid or something. Which leads to a fair bit of the dialogue being boring and poorly written.
There is one scene that is amazing thought because it is so funny. So you will get at least one good laugh at t he movie.
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