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Aug. 19, 2013by:

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This is Movie Jail, a unique maximum security prison that houses some of the worst writers, directors, actors and producers from Hollywood and beyond. Their crimes? The offenses vary from convict to convict but most of these inmates have contributed negatively to the film world to some capacity and his or her misdeeds have covered a long enough period of time that the authorities had to intervene. In each column a defendant is put on trial, arguments are made, and then it is up to YOU, the jury, to decide if the person is guilty or not guilty of crimes against cinema. Their lives are in your hands, dude.

The Defendant

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The Case

The Prosecution: Shaft, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Four Brothers, Abduction

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, John Singleton stands before you today and the reason why is very simple: wasted potential. We asked you last week which director should stand trial, and we agree with those that said that there has been a serious drop off in the quality of Mr. Singleton's films.

Mr. Singleon's debut film was Boyz n the Hood, and part of the reason why that film was such a success was some of the courses he took with Margaret Mehrin while studying at the USC School of Cinematic arts. Her FILMIC writing program helped teach students how to create their own vision with their scripts and films.

So why are we talking about Margaret Mehrin and why is this important? Because Mr. Singleton has lost his vision. His first few films are excellent, but cracks begin to show as early as 2000's Shaft. While some people may enjoy that film, the prosecution feels that Shaft isn't all that entertaining, nor did it have the cultural impact that the first ones had.

From there, things start to go downhill for Mr. Singleton. He helmed 2 Fast 2 Furious in 2003 and that film is by far the worst in the franchise. The action scenes aren't exciting, the film lacks the charm of the first one, and if 2 Fast 2 Furious hadn't been so profitable the series probably would have died with that film. Mr. Singleton went on to direct Four Brothers, a movie that some people really like but the prosecution just can't get behind because of how the tone of the film seems to constantly change. The prosecution enjoys some gritty violence, but Four Brothers has that and nothing else to offer. Then there's Abduction with Taylor Lautner, which is a complete mess of a film. A lot of blame gets put on Lautner, but even if you had a more talented actor as the lead I highly doubt that movie could have been saved. It's poorly executed, and that is completely Mr. Singleton's fault.

Which brings us back to Margaret Mehrin's course. The point of her program was so that students could work immediately within the industry and be able to develop their own material, but Mr. Singleton hasn't directed something he personally wrote since Baby Boy in 2001. Mr. Singleton's best films have been ones he wrote, so why has he become more of a hired gun and less of an actual filmmaker? This is the man that also wrote Boyz n the Hood and Poetic Justice, emotionally powerful and important films. The prosecution isn't saying Mr. Singleton should only work on films that "matter," but we do expect more from the director, especially one who has a film that is being preserved in the National Film Registry.

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The Defense: Boyz n the Hood, Poetic Justice, Higher Learning, Rosewood, Baby Boy, Four Brothers

Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Singleon isn't a director who puts out a film every year, or even every two years. He's only directed 9 films since 1991, and when Abduction was released it was his first movie in five years. My client obviously isn't just a "hired gun" because if he was he would have his name attached to more films, or movies that he clearly did for a paycheck. From his filmography, there are only two films that you can truly say he may have done for the cash or are below his talents: 2 Fast 2 Furious and Abduction. And the defense feels that since he doesn't direct that many films those blemishes stand out even more. If my client had directed two or three more films that were well received, would Mr. Singleton even be considered for Movie Jail? The defense doesn't think so.

Shaft and Four Brothers might be on the prosecution's list of evidence, however there are plenty of fans of both films. Reviews from critics might have been mixed, but most of the general public seemed to enjoy those movies. The defense can already hear certain members of the jury angrily cursing the prosecution for using Four Brothers. On the flip side though, the defense also knows there are people that really hate Baby Boy. Liking or disliking a movie can be a subjective opinion, so if we are only looking at Mr. Singleton's films from a technical stand point, the only one you can really fault him for is Abduction. Oh, and by the way that film was rushed into production. The defense isn't saying this is why Abduction turned out so bad, however in this case we do not believe it is entirely Mr. Singelton's fault and shouldn't be a final judgment on his career.

If Mr. Singleton had a few more bad movies on his filmography the defense could see why he would be considered for Movie Jail, but the defense feels the prosecution is writing off the director too quickly and doesn't have enough evidence against my client. He wrote and directed Boyz n the Hood, Poetic Justice and the very underrated Rosewood: he's earned the right to work on a few more films (especially ones he actually writes) and redeem himself before we throw him into Movie Jail.

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IN CLOSING...

Should John Singleton go to Movie Jail? Is there enough to prosecute him or is Abduction more than enough? Should he be blamed for 2 Fast 2 Furious, or was that just a paying gig for the director and nothing more? We as you the jury, is John Singleton GUILTY or NOT GUILTY?

COMMENT BELOW WITH YOUR VERDICT!

*The cases for and against a defendant going to Movie Jail by the author are not necessarily his views and opinions but they are some of the beliefs that one would use to effectively make an argument for both sides. Not quite a devil's advocate but you get the point. Anyways, this is all in fun so don't take it too seriously. We have a separate jail for those people called "Troll Tower" and believe me you do NOT want to go there.

WHAT SAY YOU, GUILTY OR NOT?

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LAST WEEK'S VERDICT

Bruce Willis guilty

After reviewing last week's evidence, the jury  declared Bruce Willis GUILTY of all charges. The jury made it clear that while they have love Mr. Willis for years, it's obvious that the actor has been mailing it in and has appeared in some terrible films. Bruce Willis recently said he has become "bored" with action movies, but that's something we've known for years and now it is time for him to pay. Enough is enough, which means Movie Jail for Bruno.

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NOT GUILTY Robert De Niro, Val Kilmer, Nic Cage, John Travolta, Oliver Stone, Ben Stiller, Jim Carrey, Wes Craven, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Rodriguez, Kristen Stewart, Roland Emmerich, Kevin Costner, Sandra Bullock, Hilary Swank, Al Pacino, Keanu Reeves, Kevin Smith, Channing Tatum, Jennifer Aniston, Owen Wilson, Anna Faris, Robin Williams, Charlize Theron, Ray Liotta, Jason Statham, Paul Walker, Will Smith, Salma Hayek, Michael Cera, Johnny Depp, Ryan Reynolds, Milla Jovovich

Extra Tidbit: Who should stand trial next week? Share your suggestions for actors, directors and writers below with your verdict!
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4:27AM on 08/21/2013

GUILTY!!!!

This guy sucks, totally wasted any talent he ever had, throw him in jail and NEVER LET HIM OUT
This guy sucks, totally wasted any talent he ever had, throw him in jail and NEVER LET HIM OUT
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11:44AM on 08/20/2013
Put Eli Roth up next. That guy is damn near a house hold name and has done nothing but shit.
Put Eli Roth up next. That guy is damn near a house hold name and has done nothing but shit.
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2:09PM on 08/20/2013
I second Roth.
I second Roth.
8:37AM on 08/20/2013

Not Guilty

His defense films are much stronger than his prosecution films are weak, so Not Guilty.
His defense films are much stronger than his prosecution films are weak, so Not Guilty.
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5:42AM on 08/20/2013

joke.

Its a joke that Willis was found guilty, when worse actors with a quarter of his filmography that's made up of mostly poor film walk free, ie Reynolds, tatum, Kevin smith. Even people like cage with similar careers have been voted not guilty, find this very confusing. Think it goes to show its mostly just sill teens that use this site, adults seem to have moved on. Really going down the pan, this site is. Not arrow in the head, just this part.
Its a joke that Willis was found guilty, when worse actors with a quarter of his filmography that's made up of mostly poor film walk free, ie Reynolds, tatum, Kevin smith. Even people like cage with similar careers have been voted not guilty, find this very confusing. Think it goes to show its mostly just sill teens that use this site, adults seem to have moved on. Really going down the pan, this site is. Not arrow in the head, just this part.
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11:43AM on 08/20/2013
You realize this is all for fun, right?

Plus I don't think too many teens have seen Boyz in the Hood or even know what it is, but there sure seems to be plenty of people talking about it
You realize this is all for fun, right?

Plus I don't think too many teens have seen Boyz in the Hood or even know what it is, but there sure seems to be plenty of people talking about it
1:41PM on 08/20/2013
You need to read the verdicts to see why they were chosen Not Guilty and why Bruce is Guilty.
You need to read the verdicts to see why they were chosen Not Guilty and why Bruce is Guilty.
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9:35PM on 08/19/2013

Guilty

For the record I liked Four Brothers a lot. And Shaft is worth watching simply to see Jeffrey Wright go Scarface. He was so cool in that. His earlier films are classic though, I especially love Poetic Justice, such a simple love story compared to Boyz that he just made so good. Then of course there is Higher Learning which is great too.
For the record I liked Four Brothers a lot. And Shaft is worth watching simply to see Jeffrey Wright go Scarface. He was so cool in that. His earlier films are classic though, I especially love Poetic Justice, such a simple love story compared to Boyz that he just made so good. Then of course there is Higher Learning which is great too.
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8:06PM on 08/19/2013

Not Guilty

Four Brothers was alright.
Also, Boyz n The Hood is a classic
Four Brothers was alright.
Also, Boyz n The Hood is a classic
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8:06PM on 08/19/2013

Not Guilty

Like most of his films and he is definitely talented. Abduction was gonna suck no matter who directed it.
Like most of his films and he is definitely talented. Abduction was gonna suck no matter who directed it.
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6:48PM on 08/19/2013

Not guilty

I've found something to enjoy in all his movies, except for abduction, which I didn't go see. Of course 2 fast and 4 brothers have lots of problems, but like I said, I found things I enjoyed. 2 fast is really a guilty pleasure. If love for him to get back to his great more social commentary movies, but that's a different question. Not Guilty, and weak person to put on there
I've found something to enjoy in all his movies, except for abduction, which I didn't go see. Of course 2 fast and 4 brothers have lots of problems, but like I said, I found things I enjoyed. 2 fast is really a guilty pleasure. If love for him to get back to his great more social commentary movies, but that's a different question. Not Guilty, and weak person to put on there
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6:41PM on 08/19/2013

Guilty

He hasn't made a great movie in a very long time. And when he's bad, he's REALLY bad (2 Fast 2 Furious, Abduction).
He hasn't made a great movie in a very long time. And when he's bad, he's REALLY bad (2 Fast 2 Furious, Abduction).
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6:37PM on 08/19/2013

IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT THE AMOUNT OF FILMS.

It's also about time. He's been in the biz for 20 years. By 2011, he had enough time and resources to get his act together (he has to know about the criticism his movies get) by directing (and maybe even writing) a good movie. And instead he makes a Taylor Lautner vehicle (I'm pretty sure the script was written with him in mind for the lead). And most critics agreed with what the article says about ABDUCTION being bad no matter the actor. So he's Guilty. But I don't think he should get a life
It's also about time. He's been in the biz for 20 years. By 2011, he had enough time and resources to get his act together (he has to know about the criticism his movies get) by directing (and maybe even writing) a good movie. And instead he makes a Taylor Lautner vehicle (I'm pretty sure the script was written with him in mind for the lead). And most critics agreed with what the article says about ABDUCTION being bad no matter the actor. So he's Guilty. But I don't think he should get a life sentence like a lot of the other defendants.

BOYZ was a great movie, no question about it, but it's not like it was groundbreaking in terms of originality. He took a story we had seen before and improved it. But I don't think it's enough to give him a pass. It's not like you watch that movie and say "This director has a never-before-seen style" or "He's going to be the voice of his generation". And just like M. Night Shyamalan, each movie was less good/worse than the one before.

What's saddest is that he knows what a good movie is. He produced HUSTLE & FLOW (and financed it all by himself) and BLACK SNAKE MOAN when no one else wanted them. So is he directing bad movies on purpose? I don't know. All I know is that he also produced WOO, which was hated by most people.

Next week: Either Harrison Ford (PARANOIA flopped and his upcoming projects don't look so promising) or Brian DePalma (he's finally back with PASSION which doesn't look good at all, like most of the films he's made since the '90s).
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4:21PM on 08/19/2013
I'm sitting here with my friend who is dark skinned (African descent) I'm on my iPad he s playing on my Xbox. I give him a quick breakdown of how this columns works and asked him if he thought singleton was guilty, this was his reply. "Look at the films he's made and the order he made them, it s a great metaphor for what happens when you give a black man a lot of money."



I'm sitting here with my friend who is dark skinned (African descent) I'm on my iPad he s playing on my Xbox. I give him a quick breakdown of how this columns works and asked him if he thought singleton was guilty, this was his reply. "Look at the films he's made and the order he made them, it s a great metaphor for what happens when you give a black man a lot of money."



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4:22PM on 08/19/2013
2 guilty votes if you want to cout his as well :p
2 guilty votes if you want to cout his as well :p
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12:04PM on 08/19/2013

Guilty

Its been a long time since BOYZ IN THE HOOD. Annoyingly long.
Its been a long time since BOYZ IN THE HOOD. Annoyingly long.
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12:00PM on 08/19/2013

Not guilty!

He's good.
He's good.
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11:50AM on 08/19/2013
Guilty but with chance of parole. He's far from the only director to go from Oscar potential to slumming it to cash paychecks, but it is pretty disappointing to see. I'm sure he can find his way back on his feet if given the right projects.
Guilty but with chance of parole. He's far from the only director to go from Oscar potential to slumming it to cash paychecks, but it is pretty disappointing to see. I'm sure he can find his way back on his feet if given the right projects.
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11:47AM on 08/19/2013

Guilty

First off, I was the person who originally suggested Singleton be the subject of movie jail last week. I'm very happy to see he was chosen. I think it's great that we're discussing him because he clearly possesses so much talent and has made some fantastic personal films, but he hasn't made anything personal (even by way of writing the script) since Shaft or Baby Boy. Shaft, for all its faults, had an AMAZING, award-worthy performance by Jeffrey Wright, aided by fantastic writing and direction.
First off, I was the person who originally suggested Singleton be the subject of movie jail last week. I'm very happy to see he was chosen. I think it's great that we're discussing him because he clearly possesses so much talent and has made some fantastic personal films, but he hasn't made anything personal (even by way of writing the script) since Shaft or Baby Boy. Shaft, for all its faults, had an AMAZING, award-worthy performance by Jeffrey Wright, aided by fantastic writing and direction. What happened to THAT John Singleton? Find him and make him write-direct something to make up for his hired gun gigs like 2F2F, Four Brothers and Abduction. (Okay, Four Brothers is good, just mediocre)
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11:46AM on 08/19/2013

Guilty!

Higher Learning was the beginning of his downfall. it was contrived with paper thin caricatures masquerading as meaningful commentary, what a steep decline from Boyz in the Hood. It is easy to argue Boyz is his only great film. Poetic Justice is good and seemed to be an example of further promise, even if it wasn't as good as Boyz in the Hood, but nothing he has done since then comes close to their level of quality or enjoyment.
Higher Learning was the beginning of his downfall. it was contrived with paper thin caricatures masquerading as meaningful commentary, what a steep decline from Boyz in the Hood. It is easy to argue Boyz is his only great film. Poetic Justice is good and seemed to be an example of further promise, even if it wasn't as good as Boyz in the Hood, but nothing he has done since then comes close to their level of quality or enjoyment.
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11:13AM on 08/19/2013

Not guilty.

Don't get me wrong, he's fallen a long way from the promising young director who made Boyz in the Hood, and you could argue that his trajectory has been mostly downward. He by no means is the next Spike Lee, which I think a lot of people expected him to be after his first few movies. Four Brothers, I think he developed even if he didn't actually write the script, and I like it, warts and all.

Aside from the fact that his filmography is kinda small, I still probably would've voted guilty on
Don't get me wrong, he's fallen a long way from the promising young director who made Boyz in the Hood, and you could argue that his trajectory has been mostly downward. He by no means is the next Spike Lee, which I think a lot of people expected him to be after his first few movies. Four Brothers, I think he developed even if he didn't actually write the script, and I like it, warts and all.

Aside from the fact that his filmography is kinda small, I still probably would've voted guilty on the man if it hadn't been for Craig Brewer. The director of Hustle & Flo and Black Snake Moan (two of my favorite movies of the last decade) owes his career in large part to Singleton, since both of those movies were produced by the man. Whatever was said about his Footloose adaptation, Craig Brewer is a man with a voice, and while John Singleton might have lost his own, if he's willing to promote someone who still has one, I can't ignore that.
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10:21AM on 08/19/2013

Not Guilty

...for lack of a substantial case. I agree his studio gig with Abduction was dubious, even with his immediately preceding track record... but his contribution to black cinema has been important and he is one of the few sorta kinda keeping the exploitation hero of the '70s alive (or he was... and I'd like to see him receive a stay of proceedings so we can see if he can resuscitate that once more).
...for lack of a substantial case. I agree his studio gig with Abduction was dubious, even with his immediately preceding track record... but his contribution to black cinema has been important and he is one of the few sorta kinda keeping the exploitation hero of the '70s alive (or he was... and I'd like to see him receive a stay of proceedings so we can see if he can resuscitate that once more).
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4:29AM on 08/21/2013
2 Fast 2 Furious would like a word with you.
2 Fast 2 Furious would like a word with you.
10:06AM on 08/19/2013

House Arrest

While I agree, right after making a huge splash with his first few films, he has since seemed to lost his way. Sure, his 'Shaft' isn't the worst action film ever, but it has nothing memorable about it. Anyone could have directed; same goes for the entirely meh 'Four Brothers'. While the prosecution seems to want the 'Fast & Furious' franchise to die, despite the utterly awesome insanity they have now reached, '2 Fast 2 Furious' is a cesspool of crap on the same level as a Uwe Boll movie. I hate
While I agree, right after making a huge splash with his first few films, he has since seemed to lost his way. Sure, his 'Shaft' isn't the worst action film ever, but it has nothing memorable about it. Anyone could have directed; same goes for the entirely meh 'Four Brothers'. While the prosecution seems to want the 'Fast & Furious' franchise to die, despite the utterly awesome insanity they have now reached, '2 Fast 2 Furious' is a cesspool of crap on the same level as a Uwe Boll movie. I hate 'Abduction' even more than that.

However, based on the low number of films he has directed, it's clear that he responded to something in the scripts for those films. So I don't think he's become a hired gun, but he has lost his voice somewhere down the road, and putting him on house arrest to ensure he writes a script himself might save.
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9:52AM on 08/19/2013

Shaft sucked...

But it's worth it just to see Christian Bale play the smarmy racist villain.
But it's worth it just to see Christian Bale play the smarmy racist villain.
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9:49AM on 08/19/2013

Ehh... I find this hard to say after voting guilty for Willis, but...

I'm gonna say not guilty. 2 Fast 2 Furious was by far the worst of the series, and that's saying something considering how bad the first 3 were, and Abduction was just a bad attempt at an Americanized Hanna with a marketable star... That being said, Four Brothers wasn't great, but it wasn't exactly awful either. I'll say he's a much better filmmaker when he's more involved with the production, and when they're original works as opposed to remakes or sequels. Unlike Willis, I think he could
I'm gonna say not guilty. 2 Fast 2 Furious was by far the worst of the series, and that's saying something considering how bad the first 3 were, and Abduction was just a bad attempt at an Americanized Hanna with a marketable star... That being said, Four Brothers wasn't great, but it wasn't exactly awful either. I'll say he's a much better filmmaker when he's more involved with the production, and when they're original works as opposed to remakes or sequels. Unlike Willis, I think he could potentially still make some really great films, but I'm really tentative in saying that.
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9:31AM on 08/19/2013
Not going to lie, I barely know who this is. Haha.
Not going to lie, I barely know who this is. Haha.
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2:49PM on 08/19/2013
he was a big shot for the bears then later coached the 49ers
he was a big shot for the bears then later coached the 49ers
9:24AM on 08/19/2013
My only "Prosecutor" side would be 2 Fast 2 Furious and Abduction. Both are awful movies. But I don't think he's guilty. However, if he makes another movie in the vein of Abduction. then he's guilty.
My only "Prosecutor" side would be 2 Fast 2 Furious and Abduction. Both are awful movies. But I don't think he's guilty. However, if he makes another movie in the vein of Abduction. then he's guilty.
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9:19AM on 08/19/2013
He's guilty of making a crappy Lautner movie and sure, he hasn't hit Boyz in the Hood quality level since making that but he's also made a bunch of solid flicks, two of the more enjoyable ones you've unfairly put on your Prosecution list (Four Brothers, Shaft). Also he produced Hustle & Flow when nobody would touch it, for that alone I'll say NOT GUILTY.
He's guilty of making a crappy Lautner movie and sure, he hasn't hit Boyz in the Hood quality level since making that but he's also made a bunch of solid flicks, two of the more enjoyable ones you've unfairly put on your Prosecution list (Four Brothers, Shaft). Also he produced Hustle & Flow when nobody would touch it, for that alone I'll say NOT GUILTY.
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9:01AM on 08/19/2013

Guilty

I agree with the prosecution: John Singleton showed a great deal of promise with BOYZ N THE HOOD which he hasn't delivered. IMO, his best work was at the beginning of his career. Perhaps a stretch in Movie Jail will rekindle his creative spirit.

Next up: Paul Verhoeven.or Joe Eszterhas.
I agree with the prosecution: John Singleton showed a great deal of promise with BOYZ N THE HOOD which he hasn't delivered. IMO, his best work was at the beginning of his career. Perhaps a stretch in Movie Jail will rekindle his creative spirit.

Next up: Paul Verhoeven.or Joe Eszterhas.
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8:58AM on 08/19/2013
Not Guilty, but at least make it known that Abduction will never go away as an awful and made for a paycheck movie. And Four Brother is on your Prosecution and Defense list. Just to let you know.
Not Guilty, but at least make it known that Abduction will never go away as an awful and made for a paycheck movie. And Four Brother is on your Prosecution and Defense list. Just to let you know.
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8:50AM on 08/19/2013

Not Guilty

I don't think Singleton has made any truly awful movies, 2 Fast's biggest issue was a shitty script and Abduction was doomed from the start with no hope of rescue. On the flip side he has made some damn good movies so his track record is on the better side of things. Give him some time, see if he can find a proper vehicle and actually do some good work.
I don't think Singleton has made any truly awful movies, 2 Fast's biggest issue was a shitty script and Abduction was doomed from the start with no hope of rescue. On the flip side he has made some damn good movies so his track record is on the better side of things. Give him some time, see if he can find a proper vehicle and actually do some good work.
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8:46AM on 08/19/2013

Guilty

The sky was the limit for Singleton when he did Boyz and Higher Learning.... and now he's making Taylor Lautner movies.
The sky was the limit for Singleton when he did Boyz and Higher Learning.... and now he's making Taylor Lautner movies.
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