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David Robert Mitchell
Make it a better place, for and for me ... oh wait, I got sidetracked. But that happens when I see a title like "the world is yours", I just have to take it apart. Something that you also can do with this movie, if you are not feeling it. But if that is the case you are letting yourself down and are going to miss on a bit of fun you could have had.
This is a crime movie as is apparent and characters may not all be likeable (understatement I know), but it also has heart and family issues in it. Not to mention a lot of characters and a lot of strings that need to be tied up by the end. Depending your threshold and your attention span and interest in this in general, you will find it either amusing or rather annoying. Still well made, with some over the top characters (again with the understatement) and quite some fun to watch
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