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All Things Fall Apart (2011)

R | | Drama, Sport | 5 March 2011 (USA)
A drama centered around a promising football running back during his senior year in college.

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Deon (as Curtis '50 cent' Jackson)
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Bee
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Mike P. ...
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Chanel Farrel ...
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Paramedic (as Corey William Large)
Shelton Rodriguez ...
Young Sean
Henry Ramsey ...
Young Dion
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Pee Wee Coach
Willis Lee ...
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Alice Kennedy ...
Doctor Lee
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Professor
Kimberly Harsch ...
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A drama centered around a promising football running back during his senior year in college.

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Drama | Sport

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Rated R for language, sexual references and some drug use | See all certifications »
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5 March 2011 (USA)  »

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$7,000,000 (estimated)
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50 Cent weighed 160 pounds when he portrayed the cancer-stricken Deon. The rapper went through a nine-week liquid diet and went on a treadmill three hours a day, losing his entire muscular frame. He has gained more than 40 pounds back after filming wrapped. See more »

Goofs

In the football scene filmed indoors at Van Andel Arena in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan, the field is actually a 50-yard long field that is played off as being a regulation-size 100-yard field, evident by the yard numbers on the wide shot showing a 40-yard line. The Grand Rapids Rampage, a former Arena Football League team, use to play their home games in the arena and it can only fit a 50-yard field inside of it. See more »

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Referenced in Bad Movie Beatdown: Set Up (2013) See more »

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Crazy Life
Written by Governor Washington, Phillip Pitts
Performed by Governor Washington featuring Cheri Dennis
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I Wasn't Really Sure...
15 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

Initially, after watching this movie I wasn't sure what I thought. However, after thinking about it for a while (and forcing myself to get past that ridiculous looking Bob Marley wig 50 cent wore for the first chuck of the film...yikes!) I decided I didn't hate it. Mostly, I like the humbling of the main character, the lessons he learned about himself, and the family ties were a little heartwarming. I also appreciate how he committed to the role. I give him a B+ for effort! He's come a long way (remember Get Rich or Die Trying'?). But it was too long, and as soon as I thought we were in the home stretch, it kept going and took MORE sad turns. I started to feel duped and like I had not signed up for this kind of melodrama! Certainly not the worst thing I've seen on BET though. Not bad 50!


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