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The beginning was slow and boring but the end scenes were great. I really loved the ending. It was sad not to see Jimmy stay in the entire show. The movie had lots of action. The person who was the fight choreographer did an excellent job. I liked the fight scenes much, much better than all of the other shows because this time they finally got their asses whipped and good. Usually Walker and his team usually fight their way out without the use of weapons. But this time, they all had to rely on bullets to put their opponents down for good. The ending left an opening for the series to come back. It would be okay for the series to come, taking into consideration everyone's age. Start the series again, I'm getting tired of all these reality shows.
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