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I May Destroy You
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One of the worst movies ever made. This guy is want to be enterainer from toronto who hosts a show that is only on air becauee he pays for time to air it like an infomercial. He creates awful music with ridiculous lyrics, which he uses to score his movies. This one in particular is terribly paced, poorly acted, the plot makes zero sense, the dialog is so fake, unrealistic and awkward, with bad attemps at humor and emotion. D'angelo has no idea what hes doing. The only way his movies are funded are by his own finances because no company would send a dime to produce this ego maniacs garbage screenplays. He needs to stick to making below average drinks for $0.99 and leave the movies to people who know what their doing.
Frank D'Angelo has done it again. The Tom Jones of the North brings the heat in this haunting portrayal of a man at the end of his rope. Santo lives the most miserable existence and is then cursed to live it forever. Surrounded by an all-star cast, including Godfather alumni James Caan, D'Angelo shines bright in all categories. Also the music is fantastic. Especially the song played at the Toto's Night Club. Do yourself a favor and dont "fuggetabout" this classic. Salute mi familia
Bad bad bad. Cable rated it almost 5 stars. Do not go by cable rating. Fast forward..avoid...avoid!