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You call THAT a monster!?

Posted : 4 years, 5 months ago on 6 March 2013 03:40 (A review of Cloverfield)

This has to be one the worst films I have ever laid my eyes on. I'm flabbergasted to see all the high ratings, very absurd. If a continuous shaky camera and a really stupid beast that appears like once that is extremely unrealistic, despite it's not even remotely scary entertains people then I do not think people deserve to see anything more but this from now on. You can't understand anything, nothing at all is explained. Do not waste your time. Time becomes precious when it comes to rubbish such as Cloverfield.


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A film by Mr. Pretentious

Posted : 4 years, 5 months ago on 6 March 2013 03:20 (A review of Cries and Whispers)

Cries and Whispers is far too pretentious too be taken seriously. The fact that Ingmar Bergman is still regarded as a masterful director is one of those big mysteries in cinema. Sadly Bergman's films spanned during the 50's all the way up to the 80's, shame, as Bergman could have really made it into today's generation; with its silly emotional silliness, confronting life's many many flaws, but I'm sorry to say things such as this are absurd and should not be taken seriously at all.

This is just a film for artsies, I wouldn't watch it.
Utter pretentious garbage.


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