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Richard Wershe Jr.,
Scott M. Burnstein,
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Written by Red Arnall (as T.J. Arnall) and William Nichols
Performed by Johnny Cash
Courtesy of Columbia Nashville
By arrangement with Sony Music Entertainment
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I went to see this with an open mind as the reviews were mixed. I actually enjoyed the movie. Yes, some parts were slow but this is not Infinity Wars people (the Marvel generation wants an explosion or murder every 2 minutes). I actually found the dad's character as the most believable. His struggles in life and poor decision making was the actual catalyst for most of the stuff that went on. I say go see it for yourself. May not be a date movie but definitely a guy movie for sure.
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