All Things Fall Apart 2011 NR CC

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(Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson) is a college running back with a fierce combination of blazing speed and stunning power. At the pinnacle of his college football career and gearing up to start a successful NFL one, life unexpectedly takes a turn and what was once easy and natural becomes unattainable.

Starring:
50 Cent, Ray Liotta
Runtime:
1 hour, 51 minutes

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All Things Fall Apart

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Genres Sports, Drama
Director Mario Van Peebles
Starring 50 Cent, Ray Liotta
Supporting actors Lynn Whitfield, Cedric Sanders, Mike P., Steve Eastin, Chanel Farrel, Corey Large, Shelton Rodriguez, Henry Ramsey, Sammy A. Publes, Willis Lee, Alice Kennedy, Hugh Maguire, Kimberly Harsch, Cheri Dennis, Sharon Hayes, Rob Riley, Jobe Cherney, Daniel Dorrian
Studio Image Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 3-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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My family really enjoyed it.
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Right after they banged for the first time on the first night they hung out? "When I close my eyes and imagine my future, it's your face I see."
Naterade
I played it to waste some time and it turned out to be a good story.
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Format: DVD
"It's just a challenge, just another challenge that's all" Deon (50 cent) is a college football superstar. He is set to win the Heisman Trophy, play in the national championship football game and be one of the top picks in the NFL draft. Weeks before his big game he is rushed to the doctors and is diagnosed with a tumor. His days of football are over, and he is left to try and start a new life. Going in I was very worried...a movie written by and starring 50 cent...oh God...here we go. I was very very surprised at how good it was. I'm not saying this can compete with "Remember The Titans" or "Express", but I really enjoyed this movie. I have never been impressed by 50 Cent's acting, but he was actually really good in this. I may have been distracted by the physical change that he went through. Going from a ripped football player to a 160 pound cancer patient is actually pretty impressive and for someone to go to that length for a movie shows how important this was to him. Overall, a surprisingly good sports movie with a surprising performance by Curtis Jackson. I give it a B+.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By LD1973 on April 8, 2012
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Glad someone was finally realistic that sometimes there is no happy ending. You have to make the most of this life right here right now.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on December 18, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
50 Cent plays Deon, a college football star running back headed for the NFL and life on Easy Street. He has everything, fame, parties, girls etc. His kid brother, Sean rejects 50 cents lifestyle. He is the more studious type I gathered from the stereotypical glasses that he wears. Mom is Deon's main cheerleader, and dad, who has been there, wants Deon to be a more aggressive ball hog and less of a team player in order to attract the pro scouts. Even at home, Sean (Cedric Sanders) plays second fiddle to the football star. Deon can have any girl he wants, including the girl dating his brother.

However...Thing Fall Apart. Deon has the big "C" growing in his chest. Ray Liotta plays the doctor. While the family is in a waiting room, Ray comes in with an x-ray and shows the family the giant tumor in Deon's chest. Radiation and chemo. Dad, concerned about Deon's draft pick, wants to keep a lid on this in order to deceive the NFL. Mom is not crazy about the idea.

As Deon's life whittles away, he finds doors that were once opened to him have closed and life without being a football star is hard. Curtis' acting ability has improved since the last time I saw him, although it still leaves much to be desired. Strong performances by the supporting cast (not Ray Liotta of course.) There were some minor plot issues. Cedric Sanders made the movie more than 50 Cent.

F-bomb, sex, sex talk, no nudity
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Miss Shopallthetimeonline on March 13, 2012
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Wow I love Amazon for having my movies that never go to the big screen.....well any who 50 CENT was really good in this movie. I agree his acting has gotten much better. The way he transformed in this movie was a must see! Lynn Whitfield and Mario Van Peebles was great also. I highly recommend this film.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mobettah on March 3, 2012
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This is a good movie, 50 cent gives a polished performance in this one, it was a welcomed surprise, great peformance by Lynn Whitfield as always and directed well by Mario Van Peebles...a little comedy , lotsa drama, very moving at times........well done.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shnpatt on December 5, 2011
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This movie was great! It was also sad and made me cry. To me this is a great movie for everyone to watch because it talks about how someone can be up one moment and have all kinds of friends, and down in the blank of an eye and people don't know who you are. If you have not rented or bought it, you should. It is worth every penny.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Echavarria on July 1, 2014
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I thought 50 cent did a fabulous job before and after his prognosis of terminal cancer. I was crying through out most of the emotional scenes. I think this film is for those individuals who are looking a character who experience initial fame, unaccomplished dream yet redemption in a much emotional way for an ending. Emotional because you know the flawed protagonist will die yet before his death death, he took the time to bring his family together. To me, such a sacrifice is a demonstration of selflessness characteristic that should be recognized and appreciated.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Onnie on February 12, 2014
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I didn't have much hope for this movie. Rapper turned actor, and all. But, Curtis Jackson (50 Cent) did a great job in this. It pulled my heart strings on some scenes, and I actually cried. It deals with the reality of things. Sometimes, MOST times, things just do not end with a "make-believe" happy ending. Ray Liotta, Lynne Whitfield, and Mario Van Peeples...all gave a great performance with characters true to life. I was impressed by this film. Not bad at all...
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