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O'Shea Jackson Jr.
What a horrible movie. When I logged on to Cineplex, it said Comedy, and I thought "hey, Blade Runner is coming and I need some points with the Spousal Unit". What a mistake. There's 83 minutes of my life I won't get back.
It attempts to portray Capitalists as shallow, but the only thing that is shallow is the plot, the dialogue, the oh-so-sad attempt at creating "meaning", and...well, the entire movie. As Ipvet said, save your money and do some meditation.
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