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03.11.2009

An early contender for best documentary at next year's Oscars has got to be TYSON. The film by James Toback has been absolutely tearing up the festival circuit. It features original interviews with the man himself, as well as archival footage and photographs that shed light on the life experiences of Mike Tyson. Many perceive Tyson as a monster personafied, a brutal man who suffers from an uncontrollable appetite for all the stuff that me and you think about when we're alone at night. This movie apparently humanizes the man, and according to the big-name testimonials on the side of the newly released poster, the film's an absolute knock out! Ha!

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Extra Tidbit: Prior to this James Toback was an Academy award-nominated screenwriter for BUGSY and the mediocre director of HARVARD MAN.
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4:59PM on 03/11/2009
Sympathy for a rapist?
Sympathy for a rapist?
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9:25AM on 03/11/2009
That would be one of the crappiest looking posters I've seen in a long time.
I would imagine the film's well worth a watch, I mean Tyson's nothing if not an interesting bloke, but the poster is awful.
That would be one of the crappiest looking posters I've seen in a long time.
I would imagine the film's well worth a watch, I mean Tyson's nothing if not an interesting bloke, but the poster is awful.
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6:15AM on 03/11/2009
Every time I watch or read some kind of documentary or article about Tyson that tries to make him seem more human, I just wind up feeling more and more convinced that he IS a monster. Every explanation, every story, every would-be sympathetic moment just further raises my eyebrow and makes me think, "YEESH, what a psycho! He's even CRAZIER than I thought!"

But, maybe this film will help change that.
Every time I watch or read some kind of documentary or article about Tyson that tries to make him seem more human, I just wind up feeling more and more convinced that he IS a monster. Every explanation, every story, every would-be sympathetic moment just further raises my eyebrow and makes me think, "YEESH, what a psycho! He's even CRAZIER than I thought!"

But, maybe this film will help change that.
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