It sounds like an entirely disposable vanity project, suitable for Rock fans and nobody else. Turns out it’s actually pretty good, which shouldn’t be that surprising given the trajectory of Dwayne Johnson’s career. Narrating from the near future, Johnson relates stories from his life over three different parts of his childhood, beginning in Hawaii and centered around his family. His wrestling connections go all the way back: his father, Rocky, was half of the very first Black WWE champion tag team, and his mother came from the Samoan Anoa’i wrestling family. Wrestling is as much in the DNA of the show as it is of the wrestler once known as the Rock.
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