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The Kansan - Newton, KS
Posted at 1:00 AM

The best way to approach this film is to immediately dispense with its problems. The first half is stronger and more entertaining than what comes after it. Due to the surprising, and surprising amount of, twists it takes, a second viewing wonít hold up, because youíll know all of those twists. When itís over, youíll realize how much of it doesnít make any sense, that some of the twists might have looked good on the page, yet really have no business being in the story.

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