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They would have had a hard time making this better, but thats not saying terribly much. At the time of filming these actors where so popular you could have dressed them up in ape outfits and made them play ping-pong. It would have sold and much to my shame, i probably would have bought it.
I love the age of fighting sale, for this reason alone i have to give this a few stars. Save that its more of the same and more of it. Too much in fact for a film that tries to be nothing more than light entertainment.
The use of lighting, or more so, lack of brings this horrific thriller into a class of its own. The gore is used well and does not detract from a gripping plot to which religious undertones make a deeply chilling display. Easy to belive this director goes on to direct the disturbingly observant splendor that is fight club.