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It's a guilty pleasure. Is it "good"? No. Is it enjoyable? Yes.
Possibly the most painful movie I've ever seen. It's hard to watch, but considering the story it reminds you it's supposed to be. It walks a fine line, taking on disturbing subject matter (with a few shocking scenes), but does so without becoming too exploitative. It's a rare kind of film, you're glad to have seen it, but don't care to ever see again.
Underrated movie with an impressive cast. It's easy to see how Joseph Gordon Levitt got to where he is with movies like this.
A fantastic and unexpected movie. This is Nikolaj Coster-Waldau at his best, backed up with a storyline that grabs your attention and keeps it until the credits. You really can't ask for much more, this is one of those movies that deserves more attention and praise than it got.