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Stain wrote:Stain wrote:Hopscotch wrote:
My favorite writers on here are probably Stain, Ytadel, Replicant, Bojangles, and Moribunny
Thank you. Glad to hear that *somebody* reads all this crap that I write.
Excerpts from conversations while watching this film: "Why did she do that?" "Why didn't she kill him?" "This makes no sense." "We should've smoked some weed before watching this." "Daniel Craig needs a haircut and an acting coach." "wha" "Why did that happen?" "This is so fucking gay." "Why is every other scene Nicole Kidman hugging her annoying kid? We get it bitch, you love your son. Move on kthx" "You have any excedrin cause this shitty editing is giving me a headache?" "Let's get high" "k"
Sometimes I like to think about the honest, provincial folks back in 1895 who, unfamiliar with film as a medium, saw an enormous train bearing down on them and with eyes as wide as saucers and mouths shaped like tiny hamburgers, dove screaming into the aisles to avoid meeting their demise. And then I laugh a deep, hearty, stupid laugh, wipe the drool from my chin, and feel like an asshole.
I wish Criticker's tiers went all the way up to 11.
Very pretty... but pretty uninteresting. A prime example of why geisha's shouldn't have memoirs.
Need I say it but this film is incredibly dated. It's interesting in the sense that going to the museum is interesting; the way family relationships are depicted is mindbendingly surreal. James Dean sure did have a purdy face, but I'm not convinced of his immortal badassery. For one thing, I fail to see how he's relatable to today's youth, and for another everything in RWAC seems to take place in a consequence-free vacuum. Hey that pseudo-gay guy just got fucking shot! Who gives a shit! Eyyyyy!
KGB wrote:shebang's review of 'A Rebel Without a Cause':
I despise the cheap way von Trier tries to manipulate the audience. Watching "Dancer in the Dark" is like watching a film where a cute little bunny is being slowly and painfully dissected alive. I felt almost as if the director himself was standing behind me in the cinema and yelling "Cry! Cry! This is sad!" I refused to be manipulated that way - and hated the film.
An erotically charged action thrill ride. (BillyShears)
I'm gonna kill all the help I can get. (Da Govna)
You stole my story. You stole my hat. You stole myself. I stole me. (GravyMaximus)
Vengeance by way of testicular destruction. (joseywales)
So let's get this straight - before Liam Neeson has done a single thing to him, Tim Roth steals his money, stabs his best friend to death, shoots his dog, kills his cattle, burns his house down, and just for good measure rapes his wife. Now that's what being a villain is all about! The swordfight at the end doesn't hurt either. (Ytadel)
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