Aguruphobia

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TARON

Incredibly stupid. Poorly acted. Horrible production. A total waste of time. One of the most goofy and unrewarding movies I've ever seen.

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Michael

Brilliantly acted action!

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cero

Went into this expecting to hate it, but its actually a very refreshing, strange film. Just taking this movie for all of its surface elements, it should be obnoxious and unwatchable; scenes that feel like improv dragging on, over-the-top characters, the cartoony, almost childrens-movie style ...Read more

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safadaysano

Despite the current instability and violence happening around the world, we hope you can take moments out of your week to unplug from the news, enjoy family and loved ones and take care of you. Traumatic events take time to process and it's times like these that we often find ourselves ...Read more

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