Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Copycat thriller mixes violence, father/daughter bonding.

R 2013 100 minutes

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age 14+

Much better than reviews would have you believe

I am astounded by the low rating of quality, and the 17+ recommendation for this movie. I'm definitely more conservative with the movies I watch and this one was an extremely soft R. Very minimal swearing, no sex/nudity/innuendo. (just a hinted at romance that unfortunately...well anyways) Character development was good. Yes, the violence is hard hitting but it's never bloody and it comes in very short episodes. Overall an exciting, suspenseful movie and very entertaining movie. The relationship between the father and his daughter as well was believable and eventually, very sweet.

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