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Essay heading: A history of Violence
 
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I have never seen a film which is so extreme yet still so believable. However it did have many faults. The film possessed some very poor acting from some of its minor characters. Some of Jack's high school classmates would have fit in better in a movie like "Clueless" or something of that nature, not a movie about a small Indiana town...
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The movie also seems to leap from one thing to another without making a strong connection between the two, and keeping the audience from information central to the plot is never an admirable quality of a movie. Overall the movie was a good one and worth the money to see in theatres. Because the movie was so simple and directed towards character development and not plot development it needed to create some very realistic emotions, and it did...
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