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This is my 997th review. I always watched every movie from the first till the last second, even if it was total garbage, and this to have the most honest opinion possible. I did watch this movie from the beginning till the end, but for the first time ever I watched some scenes at the speed of 16 times faster so that I didn't have to endure it much longer. I didn't miss anything of the movie though because some fight scenes are just like twenty minutes long. I don't know where anybody could find any good fighting scenes in this movie because it is so ridiculous that it's hard to describe how bad it is. The story is very simple, there is just none or at least it's very badly told, and the acting is just mediocre. Without spoiling anything from the story, that is inexistant anyway, our local 'hero' is one of those guys that can win fights him alone unarmed against 200 heavily weaponed trained warriors, and that of course without getting a scratch. The imbecility of his opponents is just staggering, as when they watch 'Ghost' taking their friends out one by one, they still attack ghost one by one instead of jumping him with fifteen at the same time. Every time they are just waiting for 'Ghost' to kill one guy to attack him one on one. Not only this is beyond stupid but also they apparently can't shoot or hit 'Ghost' with a machine gun from one meter away. You would think that when you have a machine gun you just shoot like 50 bullets at once to kill the most lethal person you ever met, but no just one single shot at the time, and our local hero just doesn't blink an eye, he just makes a little step to the right to avoid the bullet being fired from reaching distance. That's the kinda things you will watch during the ENTIRE movie. Re: Born is a Japanese movie, so be prepared to hear everybody speaking very aggressively loud or to whisper. I'll never get why they can't just speak normally and act normally. Every Japanese movie I ever saw is that same overacting nonsense. The only good Asian movies I saw where Korean, never Japanese. Don't believe any of the fake positive reviews for this movie, be warned!
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