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December 6, 2013


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Agreed, Agreed, Agreed, dear Walter...where the movie's idiotic plot and Bale's hyper-emoting is concerned.

But I must confess to enjoying it's actions scenes and finding them well shot, crisply edited and stylishly choreographed.

Yes, "Gun Kata" ranks on the same level as "bending the bullet" for sheer preposterousness, but they're a welcome respite from the rest of the movie's ponderous attempts at gravity and Bale's lachrymose moping.

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