All I could hear the whole time was Ralph Wiggum saying, “The fly symbolises obviousness!”
- The most colourless, grey movie I think I’ve ever seen.
- Either Jai Courtney or Sam Worthington star in this movie. I have never learnt the difference between them, and refuse to. Is this the guy from Avatar? Reader, I honestly do not know. One of them is in Wrath of the Titans. Are they both Australian? Honestly, a mystery.
- The self-mythologising melodrama of the long, pregnant pauses before “Come with me if you want to live” and…
To say that the Australian education system does not cater for Aboriginal students is a gross misrepresentation; the system is not set up for Inuits, or Korean speakers. The Australian education system actively and ruthlessly punishes Aboriginal students for the Aboriginality, forcing them into a system designed to maliciously erode the tenuous strands of culture that survived the initial decades of attempted genocide.
“I will speak to the Prime Minister, and I will say, ‘Stop killing Aboriginal people.’”
The slickest, cleanest, tightest, sexiest 127 minutes there’s ever been, or ever will be. The hottest people in the world being directed by a man who absolutely knows that these are the hottest people in the world, and weaponises it. I could’ve watched this again as soon as it ended. I’m still not sure it actually went for 2 hours, surely that was just 20 minutes? I am erect. Don Cheadle’s accent! Brad Pitt eating! Julia Roberts Julia Robertsing! Oceans Eleven more like Ocean’s Heaven this shit rooooooooooooooocks George Clooney gets punched