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The executive producer is a relative of mine( which to be honest is the main reason i saw this movie),and i could not believe how incredible this movie was. Initially I was a little skeptical about seeing it, but I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. I felt like i was living the movie. This was hands down one of the best movies I have ever seen. I heard( from Mr. Flynn) that he is producing another movie, and i will be so excited to see it as this one was simply incredible. I hoped this review helped, and I ask that you recommend this movie to a friend , just to get its name out a little more.Just to be a little more clear, this is one of those movies when you really have no idea what is going to happen next. It wasn't a boring fairytale type movie in which the end is always going to be predictable and you always know what is going to happen. I didn't see anything particularly inappropriate in the movie; so it would probably be fine to show this to your children(around 10 years old and up merely because younger children might not understand the plot of the movie entirely)
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