Uwe Boll says 1 million signatures is enough to convince him to stop making movies.

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  1. Darkon

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    Postal frankly redeemed him, I’m not signing.
     
  2. MfA

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    What has he ever done which is as good as The Rock, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind or even Hostel? Both as directors and producers all of them have delivered at least half decent movies.
     
  3. Dominik D

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    How is Boll a problem, really? Is he forcing you to watch his movies? No. Is it free market we're dealing with? Yes. If he can find investors, so be it. Starting and signing petition like this sound like: "dude, I don't like your face - go fix it". My face, my problem. His movies, he's problem. I don't see how he's impacting people who don't watch (or don't want to watch) his movies...
     
  4. digitalwanderer

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    I am proud signer 151,144.
     
  5. Arnold Beckenbauer

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    How does Dr. Boll get money for his movies?
    Answer a: Nazi gold
    Answer b: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uwe_Boll#Financing

    Far Cry is Dr. Boll's last movie, that is financed with this methode.
     
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