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The director and videographer/camera men must have been 10 year olds with ADD and hemorroids that were constantly being scratched while filming. Most of the movie is shot about one foot from the faces and images, the view is constantly changing and jumping from foreground to background not allowing your eyes to adapt. I became nauseous and my wife started to get a headache. This was helped, a bit, by moving as far back from the screen as possible. If you decide to watch the movie take your dramamine and aspirin before viewing.
If the sequels are filmed like this I will definitely not go.
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