The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Only marginally more sophisticated in its treatment of cancer than The Room, which treated it as a bizarre aside never to be mentioned again.
This quietly affecting work bodes well for the musician-turned-mogul's future creative endeavors for his Cheetah Vision Films banner.
Straining to be meaningful until its blue in the face, All Things Fall Apart is a hackneyed, stilted production, held back in great part by Jackson's decision to insert himself in the lead role.
I love sports movies, but when I saw that this one featured 50 cent, I really should have skipped it. I don't know what kind of rapper he is, but he is one terrible actor. The story wasn't anything special, but it was okay. It was the acting and dialogue that really destroyed this film. 50, has absolutely no personality, and every other word out of his mouth is either fuck or man. It was honestly the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen in a movie. This isn't a sports drama, it's a disaster that I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy!
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