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Well then, sir, I'll just get myself a nice piece of ass and a good cigar. I don't feel sorry for myself 'cause no one else gives a shit.
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Some people should have some kind of legal restraint that forbids them to make a movie or even thinking about touching a camera! Dan Garcia should be one of them, although the lighting is good (it usually is when you shoot outdoors) and some shots and scenery are pretty cool, but the movie itself is not even worth to be called "movie".
As one reviewer earlier said you could watch it if you were bored to death nothing short of watching the paint on your wall, I would even strongly disagree with him and say that it would be even better to stick to the paint watching, twice or thrice if needed just as long as you can so you don't have to suffer the horrors (in film making) that this "movie" has to "offer".
If you are a student of cinematography, just have a quick look at it as an excellent example of "How NOT to do it!".
A complete waste of time and resources and an insult to the audience.
Dan Garcia: forget about movie making, please find another job! Stay away (farthest as possible) from directing, script writing and whatever creative movie related jobs may exist. I'm sure you have talents to make yourself useful somewhere, but it sure is not in the movie making business...
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