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Chapter 27

Dir/Writer: Jarrett Schaefer. 100 minutes. US.Pointless and confusingly acted by a purposely hefty Jared Leto, this self-indulgent portrait of an insane Mark David Chapman in the three days before he assassinated John Lennon lacks insight or drama. Lindsay Lohan's supporting role as an excitable Lennon fan who befriends Chapman is fine for what it is but is no reason to see the otherwise-dreary undertaking.

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