Although there are moments when it feels the plot might move in unexpected directions, in the end, the expected cliches reign.
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Former MAC Releasing partner Mike Marcus has joined Echo Lake Entertainment to launch the shingle's management arm. He will serve as head of Echo Lake Management and receive producer or exec producer…
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