Last year, Marshawn Lynch made a movie about his life. That movie is called Family First: The Marshawn Lynch Story. And judging by the clips from the movie featured in the clip above—which was released yesterday to "spark interest"—it's not going to be very good.

The movie does appear to be true to life, though. Because on two separate occasions, Lynch takes shots at the media in the film. At the 3:10 mark in the clip, he asks a kid "Is you a reporter?" when the kid asks him a question. And then, at the 3:17 mark, he's shown sitting in a car discussing the media with a friend.

"You ready for this?" the friend asks him. "There's reporters up there, too."

"Don't matter," Lynch replies. "They only can report what I say. If I don't say nothin', then what they gonna report on?"

Hmmm…Maybe this? Or this? Or…oh, nevermind. Just press play to check out the rest of Lynch's Razzie-worthy scenes.

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[via Deadspin]