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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #21 on: June 15, 2017, 01:21:55 am »
Free Fire

I haven't cottoned on to Ben Wheatley's directorial style as much as others have. His 2016 film High-Rise was a visually impressive yet overwhelmingly blunt class warfare movie with very little to offer in the way of original social commentary. The film's vision of societal collapse was fairly shallow, and Wheatley seemed more concerned with setting up memorable visual moments than offering any thoughts on inequality or decadence. Even at its best moments, the movie was noncommittal fluff.

Wheatley's latest film, Free Fire, does away with the pretense of social commentary that plagued High-Rise, and the change is arguably an improvement. But while the movie does have its charms, it still lacks originality, a trait that was similarly absent in High-Rise. I'm not one to complain much about films that reuse time-tested premises, so long as they shake up the formula a little bit. Free Fire doesn't do much in the way of that, and the comparisons made between it and the films of Quentin Tarantino and Guy Ritchie are numerous and warranted. It's fleetingly entertaining, but easily forgettable.

The film takes place in one location-- an abandoned Boston warehouse-- which functions as a meeting place between a group of IRA members and a group of gun dealers. Through a messy turn of events, the deal goes south, and the two sides engage in a gun battle that eventually leaves them all crippled on the floor, scrabbling through dust and glass to attack one another as they bleed out. There are a number of ways this story could have been made more original and interesting. Wheatley could have taken a cue from 2016's Green Room and constructed a more sinister tone, turning his film into a mix between dark comedy and genuine horror. Or he could have committed completely to the Tarantino/Ritchie route, and toyed with a slightly more complex plot while still maintaining the movie's lighthearted tone. It's an intriguing premise, but while it's enough to fill a blurb on the back of a DVD sleeve, it's not enough for a 90-minute feature. So, what does Wheatley do to shake off the obvious Tarantino comparisons and make the movie his own?

Well... not much. Free Fire has plenty of gunfights, as well as a few clever insults and one-liners. It sets up some compelling action pieces, and definitely delivers on the violence. And the cast is largely believable, even if there aren't any standout performances. But rarely does it innovate on the genre. When characters turn on one another, it's not because they've discovered some shocking revelation, or because their business interests diverged. It's because someone gave them a dirty look, or someone was in their way, or because they got shot by accident. The gunfight itself erupts as a result of a personal feud, which is a far less interesting impetus for violence than, say, the plot of Reservoir Dogs or The Hateful Eight. It all comes across as very forced, and as the gunfight mushrooms out of control, it's hard to root for one side or even one character. It's wholly uninteresting.

Now, the climax is arguably an interesting plot twist, but here's my problem with it (without getting into spoilers). If you're going to have the character we least expect turn out to be the villain, we're going to have expected it from the get-go. It was painfully obvious to me who the "winner" of the gunfight would be after the character spoke their first line of dialogue. I don't know if this was intentional, or if Wheatley was actually trying to do some sort of Usual Suspects-style plot twist, but either way it didn't work at all. The "twist" is just as blunt and obvious as the rest of the film.

For all I've said about it here, Free Fire is far from unwatchable. It's actually a pretty good time, at least in the moment, and the action scene-to-scene is well-shot and choreographed. As a whole though, the movie did not capture my imagination or my curiosity. It's a cheap action knock-off that borrows from much better films, and you'll be much better off watching any of the films I compared it to in this review than spending your time on it. Its premise is solid, but it's not creative enough to justify its existence. Just like High-Rise was, it's all style and no substance.
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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #22 on: June 15, 2017, 07:46:02 am »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #23 on: June 15, 2017, 12:26:28 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Eight sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #24 on: June 15, 2017, 12:31:56 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Right sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
He does have a Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/calebpaasche/

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #25 on: June 15, 2017, 12:33:27 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Right sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
He does have a Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/calebpaasche/


That don't count.

Paasche, what if I told you I could have 300 followers for you by December?

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #26 on: June 15, 2017, 12:40:59 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Right sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
He does have a Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/calebpaasche/


That don't count.

Paasche, what if I told you I could have 300 followers for you by December?

Hahahaha!  Bots!?  Caleb, I could get you 5000 followers.  All real people by August.

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #27 on: June 15, 2017, 12:46:12 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Right sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
He does have a Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/calebpaasche/


That don't count.

Paasche, what if I told you I could have 300 followers for you by December?

Hahahaha!  Bots!?  Caleb, I could get you 5000 followers.  All real people by August.

Not bots. I've just figured out the perfect method of getting people to follow you back on Letterboxd. Before my trip, I was adding nearly fifty new followers every week.

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #28 on: June 15, 2017, 12:56:12 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Right sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
He does have a Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/calebpaasche/


That don't count.

Paasche, what if I told you I could have 300 followers for you by December?

Hahahaha!  Bots!?  Caleb, I could get you 5000 followers.  All real people by August.

Not bots. I've just figured out the perfect method of getting people to follow you back on Letterboxd. Before my trip, I was adding nearly fifty new followers every week.

"Letterboxd HATES him.  But he found the perfect way to gain 50 FOLLOWERS A WEEK!  And his method will SHOCK YOU!"
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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #29 on: June 15, 2017, 12:59:43 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Right sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
He does have a Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/calebpaasche/


That don't count.

Paasche, what if I told you I could have 300 followers for you by December?

Hahahaha!  Bots!?  Caleb, I could get you 5000 followers.  All real people by August.

Not bots. I've just figured out the perfect method of getting people to follow you back on Letterboxd. Before my trip, I was adding nearly fifty new followers every week.

"Letterboxd HATES him.  But he found the perfect way to gain 50 FOLLOWERS A WEEK!  And his method will SHOCK YOU!"

But Cutler... I really do have ONE WEIRD TRICK that users from the MOVIE WATCHERS OASIS need to know-- and IT WORKS!

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #30 on: June 15, 2017, 01:01:22 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Right sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
He does have a Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/calebpaasche/


That don't count.

Paasche, what if I told you I could have 300 followers for you by December?

Hahahaha!  Bots!?  Caleb, I could get you 5000 followers.  All real people by August.

Not bots. I've just figured out the perfect method of getting people to follow you back on Letterboxd. Before my trip, I was adding nearly fifty new followers every week.

"Letterboxd HATES him.  But he found the perfect way to gain 50 FOLLOWERS A WEEK!  And his method will SHOCK YOU!"

But Cutler... I really do have ONE WEIRD TRICK that users from the MOVIE WATCHERS OASIS need to know-- and IT WORKS!

What is it!?  I'm DYING TO KNOW!

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #31 on: June 15, 2017, 01:10:29 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Eight sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
He does have a Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/calebpaasche/


That don't count.

Paasche, what if I told you I could have 300 followers for you by December?

Hahahaha!  Bots!?  Caleb, I could get you 5000 followers.  All real people by August.

Not bots. I've just figured out the perfect method of getting people to follow you back on Letterboxd. Before my trip, I was adding nearly fifty new followers every week.

"Letterboxd HATES him.  But he found the perfect way to gain 50 FOLLOWERS A WEEK!  And his method will SHOCK YOU!"

But Cutler... I really do have ONE WEIRD TRICK that users from the MOVIE WATCHERS OASIS need to know-- and IT WORKS!

What is it!?  I'm DYING TO KNOW!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pdWAcK6Eh8
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« Reply #32 on: June 15, 2017, 05:55:23 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Eight sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
I have one, but for some reason I didn't ever really get in the flow of using it. I should though, definitely a better place to keep track of rating/thoughts on films than my head. I wouldn't write full reviews for every movie I see since they take me a fair while to compose (usually an hour or two), but I do think it'd be nice to at least get a few thoughts down after I see a film and have some longer ones on there as well.

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« Reply #33 on: June 15, 2017, 08:18:59 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Eight sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
I have one, but for some reason I didn't ever really get in the flow of using it. I should though, definitely a better place to keep track of rating/thoughts on films than my head. I wouldn't write full reviews for every movie I see since they take me a fair while to compose (usually an hour or two), but I do think it'd be nice to at least get a few thoughts down after I see a film and have some longer ones on there as well.

The community there is filled with dummies, but there are some intelligent folk. I hope you do start using it again. We need more people to bring balance to this ridiculously lopsided chart.

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #34 on: June 15, 2017, 08:53:00 pm »
I've never played the Assassin's Creed games, but after reading your plot synopsis I do have to wonder how anyone ever thought this movie might be good.

Yeah, it's shocking, isn't it? Imagine the good that budget could have done if it had gone to, say, The Lobster Circle...
Super late but I was just reading this review because of the new one you put up and I actually agree with you about most of this. I still maintain, and have told people in real life, that Passengers deserved a better reception than it got- hell, I was going to give it a positive score until the end where it devolved completely
Spoiler (hover to show)
. Also, for the record, I didn't think about it at the time but you're absolutely right in that flipping the narrative a bit to surprise both us and Lawrence at the same time would have made this movie much better.


Yeah, I thought that would be an interesting way of telling the story. Kind of a Hateful Eight sort of thing. It wouldn't have fixed the movie, but it would have at least given us a big shock halfway through (rather than the hour of romantic dreck we got instead).

Are you ever going to make a Letterboxd account, Paasche? I'd be interested in reading your reviews.
I have one, but for some reason I didn't ever really get in the flow of using it. I should though, definitely a better place to keep track of rating/thoughts on films than my head. I wouldn't write full reviews for every movie I see since they take me a fair while to compose (usually an hour or two), but I do think it'd be nice to at least get a few thoughts down after I see a film and have some longer ones on there as well.

The community there is filled with dummies, but there are some intelligent folk. I hope you do start using it again. We need more people to bring balance to this ridiculously lopsided chart.

(Each square represents 10 followers.)

I still can't believe that Sally Jane Black account.  She (hopefully didn't misgender them there!) finds a way to get offended about every single movie.  I saw her review for Wonder Woman pop up in my feed, and I couldn't believe it.

Some people on there I follow because I genuinely like their reviews, some people I randomly follow just so I can get a general consensus opinion on the site, and then others I follow because their reviews are insane.  Sally falls into the latter category..
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« Reply #35 on: June 15, 2017, 08:57:39 pm »
I still can't believe that Sally Jane Black account.  She (hopefully didn't misgender them there!) finds a way to get offended about every single movie.  I saw her review for Wonder Woman pop up in my feed, and I couldn't believe it.

Some people on there I follow because I genuinely like their reviews, some people I randomly follow just so I can get a general consensus opinion on the site, and then others I follow because their reviews are insane.  Sally falls into the latter category..

Do not follow that retarded transqueer. Every time I think of him/her/it, I remember Cutler's wise words on the subject.

These people are future Nazis.  Blue eyes, blonde hair will turn to man with wig, chick with dick

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« Reply #36 on: June 15, 2017, 09:01:09 pm »
I still can't believe that Sally Jane Black account.  She (hopefully didn't misgender them there!) finds a way to get offended about every single movie.  I saw her review for Wonder Woman pop up in my feed, and I couldn't believe it.

Some people on there I follow because I genuinely like their reviews, some people I randomly follow just so I can get a general consensus opinion on the site, and then others I follow because their reviews are insane.  Sally falls into the latter category..

Do not follow that retarded transqueer. Every time I think of him/her/it, I remember Cutler's wise words on the subject.

These people are future Nazis.  Blue eyes, blonde hair will turn to man with wig, chick with dick

I just unfollowed.  If I ever need a good laugh, I can always go back there.  Of course though, that laugh will probably be followed up with a long, slow head shake.
Goodbye!

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #37 on: June 15, 2017, 09:02:28 pm »
I still can't believe that Sally Jane Black account.  She (hopefully didn't misgender them there!) finds a way to get offended about every single movie.  I saw her review for Wonder Woman pop up in my feed, and I couldn't believe it.

Some people on there I follow because I genuinely like their reviews, some people I randomly follow just so I can get a general consensus opinion on the site, and then others I follow because their reviews are insane.  Sally falls into the latter category..

Do not follow that retarded transqueer. Every time I think of him/her/it, I remember Cutler's wise words on the subject.

These people are future Nazis.  Blue eyes, blonde hair will turn to man with wig, chick with dick

I just unfollowed.  If I ever need a good laugh, I can always go back there.  Of course though, that laugh will probably be followed up with a long, slow head shake.

Thank you. I just had a look at its Wonder Woman review... that creature is a menace.

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #38 on: June 15, 2017, 11:40:53 pm »
I've been trying to keep my Letterboxd life fairly separate from my forum one, but I'll look for recruits. 

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Re: Tut's Tutillating Reviews™: The Return
« Reply #39 on: June 25, 2017, 04:25:27 pm »
My review for Beatriz at Dinner is up. I think this was one of my best, to be honest. Hopefully it'll make it to the highest-voted reviews for the movie and discourage others from seeing it.
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