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Why would characters who have died from the first film be in the second, usually first films carry on into the second which can take the audience on a journey. It made no sense to me at all, the acting was quite poor after high expectations and anticipation to see what all the fuss is about it was so annoyed to waste my time to watch something that wasn't leading anywhere the timelines were not good, and Caribbean accents were so poor, I would have been more grateful to see young Jamaican talent being invovled in this movie at least then the Caribbean accents would be have natural and authentic. We really do need story lines from black writers within the UK that can draw and educate the audiences, and draw them into a journey to learn more about the characters and the film itself
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