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The only point in film is Amber Heard in lingerie. Who cares about it can save time and search for those parts on the internet.
Someone somewhere put a lot of effort into making this film and there our saving graces which I find intriguing
I really like it, kind of a special but it was perfect for a Sunday
I've never been so confused in my life :0
It was a great movie, with a great cast. It was a unique film that had a very satisfying ending.
A would-be neo-noir that actually fails even as its parody
Tamp dar Amber Heard rupe baraca
London field is misfired trash from beginning to end. It is incomprehensibly plotted and fails drastically on every account. And that's an understatement.
It's weird, and no conventional but is a beautiful mistake, not was made thinking in a blockbuster also this movie has a nineties style. I like it
Yikes Amber heard cant act or at least carry a major role. a disappointing failure of a movie and A FEMME FATALE