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Luigi Maria Burruano
Argghhhh......there is no puzzle and no story plot. All T do is just kill! He has no feeling or whatever. He just go for the kill, killing all the people that he was asked to kill. Though, it may be the first attempt to make an action movie in Singapore, there is still room for improvement like No Animated Blood, the director should try and make this movie real not to make cheesy or boring. What we can say...this director came all the way to Singapore(which I assumed) to film this crap product. But the director did a great job in transforming Singapore into a creepy and gritty Singapore which we never saw. The only thing I recognize is the MRT Train.
The cast was okay and the music was beautiful. I was fooled by the gritty poster and straight away thought it was an action crime. And I was wrong...yeah, there is gun-blast and killing, so what and there must be a plot not the confusing twisting story, jump one scene to another without not knowing what that was about. I don't know what this director was telling us. Look like he wanted to show us his gritty art of Singapore. But there is still improvement for movies that featuring Singapore.
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