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what are you some kind of monster?
you like what you like, i like what i like. I'd only slag someone for watching something like Bratz or The Hottie & The Nottie (if they're >13)
the film highlighted a major flaw in the choclate box industry
awful message about how the cheerful idiot will always sail through life as long as he does what he's told and tries real, real hard. Smugly hopping through a picture-book American history, parts of it bring about an actual physical reaction of frustration.
watching it one time...
i think i might well up again!
My eye twitches.
engaging, funny, enjoyable etc. quite a journey. though i can very much see why cynical people don't like it.
I understand the whole idiot makes good, liberal rebel gets raped, gets AIDs, dies, but you know, Sally Field dying! Bubba dying! Jenny dying! Tears! TEARS! TEARS! NIXON!
a bit beshel?
Like Sean Penn in "I am Sam" or David Schwimmer in Friends
but I think I recall it being quite patronising.
with a really really scary subtext:
stupidity, war and conservatism will always be rewarded while anyone who rebels against the system will suffer and die.
not as 'lovely' as i'd first thought.
and doing your best?
addmittedly a bit gay but yknow.
He's a bit spastic isn't he.
I enjoy it, but it is so easily dislikeable.
I guess I may be a bit biased since it contains music that makes me almost literally start shivering. And when music I like is in films, wow, I love it. Dunno why.
The fact that it won Oscars shows the Academy Awards up for the crock of shite that they are.