Defiance with Daniel Craig.
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I tend to agree. I found it rather dull. Didn’t do it for me.I just can't get past Daniel Craig and the bloke from Billy Elliot's ridiculous 'Belarusian' accents. Totally kills it for me. Craig is a poor actor at the best of times imho and Defiance isn't a great vehicle for him.