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“A wild man and truth teller in the tradition of Charles Bukowski and Hunter Thompson, he wrote bloodied stories drawn directly from his own experiences, including boxing and karate. Crews sported a tattoo with a line from an E.E. Cummings poem, “How do you like your blue-eyed boy Mister Death,” on his right bicep under the tattoo of a skull.” —Associated Press
“Knowing, like thinking, accomplished nothing. Thinking always left you precisely where you were. You couldn’t think your way out of a gas chamber or across barbed wire. The act was the thing.”
“…pretty much a disaster—disjointed, muffled, and even, at times, boring…a prime example of commercial hypocrisy. The filmmakers bait kids with a cruel idea, but they can’t risk being too intense or too graphic…The result is an evasive, baffling, unexciting production—anything but a classic.”–David Denby, The New Yorker