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Is Christian Slater real? An investigation

Mr. Robot raises deep questions about public identity and truth... questions one Mr. Christian Slater seems to have been toying with throughout his career. And now we ask the one existential question at the heart of it all: Does Christian Slater himself actually exist?

Broken Arrow (1996) (part 6 of 6)

“Slater is a solid actor (though the whole mini-Jack Nicholson thing more than likely torpedoed his career), but he’s just not a believable action guy. Especially when you pit him against John Travolta right at the beginning of his ‘fuck it, I like cheeseburgers and I’m rich and famous enough to get away with putting on a few pounds!’ phase.”

Broken Arrow (1996) (part 5 of 6)

“Slater is a solid actor (though the whole mini-Jack Nicholson thing more than likely torpedoed his career), but he’s just not a believable action guy. Especially when you pit him against John Travolta right at the beginning of his ‘fuck it, I like cheeseburgers and I’m rich and famous enough to get away with putting on a few pounds!’ phase.”

Broken Arrow (1996) (part 4 of 6)

“Slater is a solid actor (though the whole mini-Jack Nicholson thing more than likely torpedoed his career), but he’s just not a believable action guy. Especially when you pit him against John Travolta right at the beginning of his ‘fuck it, I like cheeseburgers and I’m rich and famous enough to get away with putting on a few pounds!’ phase.”

Broken Arrow (1996) (part 3 of 6)

“Slater is a solid actor (though the whole mini-Jack Nicholson thing more than likely torpedoed his career), but he’s just not a believable action guy. Especially when you pit him against John Travolta right at the beginning of his ‘fuck it, I like cheeseburgers and I’m rich and famous enough to get away with putting on a few pounds!’ phase.”

Broken Arrow (1996) (part 2 of 6)

“Slater is a solid actor (though the whole mini-Jack Nicholson thing more than likely torpedoed his career), but he’s just not a believable action guy. Especially when you pit him against John Travolta right at the beginning of his ‘fuck it, I like cheeseburgers and I’m rich and famous enough to get away with putting on a few pounds!’ phase.”

Broken Arrow (1996) (part 1 of 6)

“Slater is a solid actor (though the whole mini-Jack Nicholson thing more than likely torpedoed his career), but he’s just not a believable action guy. Especially when you pit him against John Travolta right at the beginning of his ‘fuck it, I like cheeseburgers and I’m rich and famous enough to get away with putting on a few pounds!’ phase.”