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The heavy narration spoiled this somewhat for me. I just found that it interrupted the flow or things and stopped me from ever really relaxing into the story. I understand that it was narration from the actual author of the book, but it got old, fast.
I did actually like this film better than the book it’s adapted from. The book, although relentlessly gruesome and bloodthirsty, ends up being a little dry and lacklustre in parts. In contrast, I…