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Created Jun 03, 2018 09:40AM PST • Edited Jun 03, 2018 09:40AM PST

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  2. Very Good 3.5

    What great thing to be able to get the 3 Sacramento guys from the Paris train terrorist event to play themselves in a film about their heroism. Every now an again I felt that asking them to act their own part caused some awkwardness, but then again, who isn’t sometimes awkward in their own lives? One thing was clear – the back-story of their childhood was a great indicator about how just good guys can easily become great heroes in the moment. Spencer though – the man who failed at many things truly stands out in the end. These men deserved all the honors given. I got goosebumps seeing them receive the French legion of honor.

  3. Good 3.0
  4. Male Stars Good 3.0
  5. Female Stars Good 3.0
  6. Female Costars Good 3.0
  7. Male Costars Good 3.0
  8. Very Good 3.5
  9. Direction Very Good 3.5
  10. Play Very Good 3.5
  11. Music Very Good 3.5
  12. Visuals Very Good 3.5
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  15. Sex Innocent 1.0
  16. Violence Fierce 2.5
  17. Rudeness Polite 1.0
  18. Natural 1.0
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  20. Biological Natural 1.0
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