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When You’re Feeling Crazy and The Movie’s Like A Bandaid

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“When I’m feeling crazy and the movie’s like a bandaid, it’s so beautiful.

When you’re feeling crazy, the movie is like a little piece of a larger puzzle, but when you’re like, ‘I’m going to be crazy and not care,’ it’s like you’re going to lose yourself in it.”

The actor says he’s been watching the movie “a lot” since it came out and he loves the way the story plays out.

The movie’s “I am a writer, I am a filmmaker,” he says.

“I think the story is really funny and it’s really moving.”

The movie, which hits theaters March 2, stars John Boyega as Bob, a former police officer who is now a lawyer and has a wife and two young daughters.

He’s still trying to figure out how to deal with his daughter’s death after he and his wife were attacked by a man in a parking garage.

It’s a plot twist that could prove to be one of the movie achilles heel for its cast, who also includes Scarlett Johansson and Lupita Nyong’o.

The movie is a collaboration between The Weinstein Company and Warner Bros. Pictures.

It was written and directed by Seth Gordon, who previously wrote and directed ‘Sneaky Pete’ and ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron.’

Gordon’s last film was ‘Sully,’ which was a hit for Warner Bros., but the movie has yet to see a wide release.

The film is currently shooting in Atlanta, Georgia, with scenes set to open in Los Angeles in May 2019.