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Pedestrian At Best
Written by Courtney Barnett (APRA)
Performed by Courtney Barnett
Published by Third Side America (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Mom + Pop Records
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Emile Hirsch is a great actor, I believed pretty versatile too until I came across this movie. However his stud, tough guy act is a pain to watch, he just seems to never fit the bill nor the part throughout the whole movie, the more I watched the more I wanted to unsee. Maybe there's something about the physical attributes that completely clash with the idea of a character that was perhaps behind his play.
He looks like a teenage, tiny Clint Eastwood version spoof or something like that. It would be hilarious if it wasn't meant to be drama.
The cherry on top for this disaster is the script, the guy who wrote this should be crucified and flogged to a pulp. It just doesn't make any sense drifting between teen-age fantasies and wanna be tough (someday) men.
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