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We build our legacy piece by piece and maybe the whole world will remember you or maybe just a couple of people, but you do what you can to make sure you're still around after you're gone.
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I Get Overwhelmed
Written by Daniel Hart
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Amazing! Wonderful! Incredible! Those could be the words describing this movie. I just forgot a couple words with it, that's all. Let me rectify my mistake. Amazingly boring! Wonderfully pretentious! Incredibly overrated! So that's better, that being rectified. Honestly it's one of the worst movies I ever saw in my life. And I have see tons. You couldn't even spoil this movie by telling you about it because there is just nothing to spoil. Nothing happens during the entire movie. And all action shots, yes I know it sounds ridiculous when I say action shots, are way too long. Guy is dead and laying on a stretcher, let's film that for a couple minutes. Girl is eating her cake while guy with sheet is looking at her, let's film that for ten minutes. And even that the actress couldn't do it right, never saw a woman eat in such a vulgar way. Guy with sheet standing in the room while watching some boring stuff, let's film that for about the entire movie. There is almost no dialogues so if you get bored just listen to some music in the meanwhile, or even better just don't watch this piece of crap. I've been looking the whole time how much longer I had to endure this total mess. At one point there was like twenty minutes left and the only thing I could think about was that I hoped there would be nineteen minutes of end credits. Honestly I can't understand why this piece of garbage gets such a high rating on here. At least I'm not the only one that thinks this movie is truly awful. Avoid at all costs!
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