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This movie should be rated in two separate sections. The first half, which involves the training and tests, etc. Gets a 9; the second half, which is nothing but a load of typing intrigue, as I like to call it ("Oh no, he's coming, I have to type FASTER!!! ") , was less than stellar, a 6. And the ending was disappointingly dull and unspectacular, not to mention one of the biggest plot holes in movie history. Here's the spoiler, read on at your own risk: Al Pacino has the girl trying to get the virus off the CIA computers so he can sell it to whoever, having her thinking it's just a test; yet he still gets Colin Farell to try and stop her. Why would he do this, since it was counterproductive to what he wanted? Anybody with a good answer, let me know, so I can stop badmouthing this movie to everyone I see.
|7/10||newscott13@ - 400 reviews|
6.2.2003 - age: 26-35
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