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Harsh reviews for a truly enjoyable galactic ride!
It's funny when you watch a sci-fi film, how harsh the viewers (nerds) can be. I saw all the harshness online and thought I would see what the buzz was all about. I realized at that point that none of those people have any vision (or hearing) whatsoever. If they came out of their dark closets they would see a truly brilliant film - probably the best thing Neil Johnson has ever put out there - by miles!
Gorgeous cinematography, top-rate acting (I especially liked Tracey Birdsall and Daz Crawford's performances). I'm a lifelong fan of Neil's work, but love that his films are feeling so much more studio-like.
BOO to the cruel nerds, and YAY for an awesome film!!! Can't wait to see the next one!
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