An eminently peculiar mismatch of substance and form, like a Hallmark card written by David Foster Wallace.
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Yeah! You sure told him!
Nov 3 - 06:59 AM
Nice critique of the critic. You should get your own column.
Nov 6 - 01:40 PM
Bryan Naranjo Villafuerte
Nobody cares about your opinion
Oct 28 - 07:38 AM
Wow really that's something you can just say about any critic or anyone at all.
Nov 4 - 10:02 AM
I'm sure being a movie critic your right. No one has probably ever cared about his critique of a movie.
Nov 6 - 01:39 PM
A critic is a critic. Judge a great movie on previous experiences in the theater, and yeah, you won't get a movie of this magnitude out of todays line-up. I guess compared to the capacity it requires to understand Looper or The Muppets, this would be a "peculiar mismatch of substance and form." It is what it is though.
Oct 28 - 08:25 AM
Tell me what movie is better and i'll tell you why it's wrong.
Oct 28 - 05:13 PM
He liked Inception
I wonder what David Foster Wallace would have thought about film critics.
I increasingly think they should be put at the bottom of this list Borat has given us. youtu.be/oNvzCjJG4Hg
Oct 29 - 07:29 PM
This movie is about freedom, slavery, oppression, doing what‚??s right in the face of adversity and the will to carry it out.
There are times in our lives when ‚??things are important‚??, this movie illustrates those times across a deep and tumultuous timeline.
The sum is greater than the parts. The sum is greater than the parts.
Oct 29 - 09:07 PM
Come on, it wasn't that bad. Dude, Bro.
Oct 30 - 08:06 PM
Obviously this movie didn't make sense to this critic, which begs the question: so what value does his criticism make considering the breadth and depth of these filmmakers work? Sounds more like a young boy not liking coffee... too much for a simple palate.
Nov 3 - 11:10 AM
More like he's an adult and he's watching a movie for children. Like yourself.
Nov 6 - 01:41 PM