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September 07, 2020


Chris Yeh

I think the plot twist (which I won't reveal because you didn't either) is essential to demonstrate that simply being poor doesn't mean that you have some kind of moral superiority. Whatever your wealth and background, if you make selfish choices to harm others to improve your own situation, you are behaving badly.

Tim Taylor

I do like the Karmic aspect of the payback part to it. I just didn't much care for the vehicle. I thought that movie was fantastic even without it.

It made it kind of outlandish. Then again I look at certain art and have zero idea of what it actually means or even means to say!

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