The Death and Life of Bobby Z (2007)

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The Death and Life of Bobby Z: Directed by John Herzfeld. With Paul Walker, Laurence Fishburne, Olivia Wilde, Jason Flemyng. A DEA agent provides former Marine Tim Kearney with a way out of his prison sentence: impersonate Bobby Z, a recently deceased drug dealer, in a hostage switch with a crime lord.

“I rented this movie thinking, u0026quot;Hey, Paul Walker wasnu0026#39;t too bad in the fast and furious films and Laurence Fishburne is just awesome so why not get it?u0026quot; Well friends, looks can and are deceiving, and I learned the hard way last evening watching this film. The director is trying so bad to keep you involved (or wanting to be involved) and for me it wasnu0026#39;t happening. The whole u0026#39;syking everyone out to think Iu0026#39;m Bobby Zu0026#39; script work got old really quick, Paul Walkeru0026#39;s acting was sub par (I havenu0026#39;t seen a lot of his work but Iu0026#39;ve been told by many that heu0026#39;s not that great of an actor). I cannot imagine what went through Laurence Fishburneu0026#39;s head when choosing to be in this film, he has done better, WAY better! There are way too many close up shots of Paul Walker (for absolutely no other reason than to show off his u0026quot;Good Looksu0026quot; and play some really lame music along with it). There is always some hot girl and a kid involved that need their lives saved, if youu0026#39;ve seen it once, youu0026#39;ve seen it a hundred times (just this time with Paul Walker). I suggest this film to people who only like Paul Walker and his close ups and not action flicks, because thats about all you get. Walker couldnu0026#39;t portray a criminal to save his life! Sorry Paul Walker fans, your boy let me down.”


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