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There's always a lot of fake reviews out there, but in this case a lot of them were correct. It's an extremely entertaining movie, I actually liked it enough that I'll probably watch it again before too long.
It starts a little slow and takes it's time to gain momentum, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing, particularly given where it ends up. The cast and performances were great, the story had some unoriginal elements but was original enough not to seem repetitive(the genre is getting tired). I gave it a high rating because I liked it and it was good enough to watch more than once, which can't be said for any of the Marvel or DC movies that seem to be flooding the market. Give it a chance, or don't. It'll keep you entertained for the duration though.
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