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How is it possible that over 300(!) people give this crappy film a 10 star rating? Jesus H. Christ! There must be a devoted fanbase for Lundgren out there, or the filmmakers forced the entire production crew plus family to give the film a good rating. Anyways, time will sort this out. I give this film a four, and I hope when I return next year the overall rating will be a 4. Jeez.
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