Critic Review - Mania.com

A milquetoast homunculi assembled by the most hackneyed form of studio groupthink imaginable.

October 28, 2011 Full Review Source: Mania.com | Comments (14)
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Randall Bolin

Randall Bolin

Hmm...ok. Is all that supposed to actually mean something?

Oct 28 - 09:50 PM

epitaph

Chelle Webber

Used all your big words in one sentence, I see. Great job!

/sarcasm, just in case anyone was confused

Oct 29 - 09:23 AM

Mauricio Vargas

Mauricio Vargas

cute review

Oct 29 - 09:40 AM

Mark McKinney

Mark McKinney

Rob, you need to get out more, really. Yes I read your entire review and couldn't disagree more with your so-called opinion. You appear to approach every film review as if you are reviewing the Godfather or Citizen Kane. Nothing like a bunch of pretentious film reviewers sitting around wondering how they can make themselves stand out in the world of media sludge. Congratulations on one thing Rob, you certainly had the most tight-hearted, joyless review and pretentious use of words of all the critics in this section. Bravo.

Oct 29 - 12:58 PM

WritinMan

Writin Man

A "milquetoast homunculi?" Somebody got a thesaurus for his birthday!

Oct 29 - 02:10 PM

Jake Springhorn

Jake Springhorn

Someone used a thesaurus.

Oct 30 - 07:03 AM

Michael Guerra

Michael Guerra

At least use your thesaurus-found words correctly.

Oct 30 - 09:10 AM

James Eckler

James Eckler

If you try to impress with language, you should use it correctly. "Homunculi"is plural. I believe you meant to write "homunculus."

Oct 30 - 09:12 AM

Luca Ortenzi

Luca Ortenzi

This guy is either a complete imbecile, or just desperate for attention. How sad.

Oct 30 - 10:55 AM

Stepping Razor

Stepping Razor

You had me at homunculi, har har har! :P

Oct 30 - 05:57 PM

Marianne Slattery

Marianne Slattery

Anyone who uses words like "milquetoast" and "homunculi" in a movie review is either desperate for attention or . . . nope, just desperate for attention.

Oct 30 - 06:00 PM

Bobby Dilla

Bobby Dilla

I know big words too.....supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Oct 31 - 02:47 PM

Bram S.

Bram Sterling

Is that english?

Dec 4 - 09:16 AM

Emilee Shango

Emilee Shango

Maybe next time you review phrase it so that the WIDER audience can understand it without having to use a thesaurus

Jan 10 - 06:19 PM

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