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I loved Paxton - I could've put up with the sister wives thing no problem to be a "family" with Bill.
61 is too damned young. (And "complications from surgery" is awfully vague.)
A Simple Plan rightly gets a lotta love but I don't think as many inmates are familiar with One False Move. It's arguably Paxton's best screen performance (along with A Simple Plan). Co-written by Billy Bob Thornton, One False Move was Carl Franklin's directorial debut. It's well worth seeking out.
I agree with you. He was one of those actors who was good in everything he did. A real natural gift of charm, and I'm sure he studied like hell to perfect his craft.
A great one! R.I.P.
"Complications from surgery" is smokescreen for medical incompetence or malpractice.
One False Move is a well worth seeking out. Another very good movie that flew under the radar.
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