You Cannot Kill David Arquette (2020) Movie Review

Director: David Darg, Price James

Plot: Actor David Arquette attempts a rocky return to the sport that stalled his promising Hollywood career.

Runtime: 1 Hour 31 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: You Cannot Kill David Arquette starts as we learn how David Arguette became World Heavyweight Champion in 2000, something that shouldn’t have ever happened in the eyes of the wrestlers who worked for years for that chance, his acting career hasn’t gone the way the other actors of his generation went.

Now David still has a love for wrestling and is sick and tired of being seen as the biggest mistake in wrestling history, he wants to learn to wrestler to make a come back and earn the respect from the wrestling community.

Thoughts on You Cannot Kill David Arquette

Final Thoughts You Cannot Kill David Arquette gives us an intermate and eye opening look at his life, a career which saw him being placed in the same lists of his early career as Oscar winners, before he shocked the wrestling world in 2000, becoming one of the most hated men in the history of wrestling. This documentary follows a year long journey where David tries to prove his love to the industry, starting with his rejection from a Legends of Wrestling event and diving into the indie scene, learning the trade, taking the bumps and putting his life on the line to prove he respects the industry. This documentary gets to show us a different side to stardom, showing us how created anger towards someone who wasn’t to blame for event can cause damaged to the celebrity mental health, with people constantly bashing them, we see how the road to recovery had already taken a toll on David, his health isn’t the best, but his desire to learn, improve and earn respect drives him on more. This is a much watch documentary for any sports fans out there, any wrestling fan, this is essential viewing and it will give the respect David Arquette deserves.

Blue Finch Film Releasing presents You Cannot Kill David Arquette on Digital Download 23 November

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