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Don't know why but Netflix really went and spent $200 million to ask a question that took Taken 3 a less than a quarter of that to answer: cutting every other millisecond during your fight sequences always makes for a trite experience, no matter how grand the set pieces you've built around them are.
Also baffling is the fact that the same two directors that worked a knife fight so well into their superhero film phone it in this bad 8 years later.
I thought I'd never say this, but here goes: An Education is feminism done right. I had given up trying to find it, but the story of 16-year old british girl in 1960s London is a perfect example of what a female tour de force should be. Jenny (Carey Mulligan) lives a cloistered life under the ruling thumb of a very controlling father who has mapped out an entire future for her, mostly regarding a good education and a good…
I tried to write a review of this movie, but I couldn't get one off the ground. So here's a bunch of random sentences that flew through my mind as I watching it:
- We don't need a cure for AIDS, we need a cure for Movie 43.
- Ed Wood says "It's flawed."
- Emma Stone is in this movie. Fuck you, Emma Stone. *cries*
- Cinema's Vanilla Ice.
- The one movie who could use the expertise of…