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Darren J. Butler
"greatest movie ever made"? What a crock. Darren Butler couldn't make a good movie if his life depended on it. This movie was stupid. I couldn't believe i even spent my hard earned money on this pathetic piece. I just feel so sorry for all the once possible careers Darren has now destroyed because he thinks he can do something.
When I think of "greatest movie ever made", I'm thinking "Citizen Kane", "Network", "Ben-Hur", "Star Wars", "Toy Story". A movie can only be considered for the "greatest movie ever made" category when it has made a massive impact on film making as we know it. The only massive impact this movie made was the trauma to my head while I banged it against the wall for buying this piece of crap.
A word for Darren Butler, go away. You're ruining things just by trying to be something you certainly can't be. Please PLEASE please stop!
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