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Those Who Wish Me Dead Doesn’t Care About Its Own Conspiracy — And That’s Refreshing

Sometimes it’s better to just skip to the fireworks

Man from Those Who Wish Me Dead walking away from a fire.
I neither know nor care who this bad guy works for. (Photo credit: © 2021 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)

When the story of 21st century American cinema is written, Those Who Wish Me Dead will likely be a footnote to an appendix. It isn’t a particularly innovative film and it doesn’t pretend to be. If you told director Taylor Sheridan his…

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Damon Ferrara

Damon Ferrara

A too-clever traveling poet, looking for writing opportunities. Screenwriter/Marketer/Author, “And One Day My Stars Will Burn.” https://linktr.ee/DamonFerrara

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