It's weird in one sense, the tactics the authorities were using to suss out the rebels and their leaders reminded me of tactics the commies would use on their enemies. Except this was a film made in a communist country! It makes me suspect it was originally intended as a training film for would-be interrogators but was released into the rest of the world under the guise of 'art.' I smell a commie conspiracy! Too bad it's 2012 and no one gives a damn. Stupid commies.
I knew those filthy comic books caused all sorts of degeneracy and hooliganism! It's a good thing that virtually no one reads that trash anymore or we'd be innundated with serial killers who sweat a lot and impregnate women who give birth to Drew Barrymore...
Do they not have lawyers in Iran? That's a plus in their favour, I think. That, and having a hotline to find out if stuff is a sin or not. That'd be cool, like calling up if I was on my eight tall can and wondering if God would find it excessive if I had one or two more. Hell, that'd be a great job!
Why is everyone speaking English with a slight nordic accent except Daniel Craig? Why did this cost nearly 100 million dollars? Why was there an awful cover of The Immigrant Song to start the film? Why? Why? Why??? Bother, that is.