|erection reset by queer |
|Rape Van Winkle |
He's exactly like other reviewers two or three times his age and experience, only more sincere. Good for him.
If he wrote this shit himself, I'd say he's definitely a smart, talented kid. His presentation is kind of obnoxious, but he's a film critic, and he's eight, so what do you expect?
this child thing is creepy.
I hate his voice SO much.
There's no way this is the last we've heard of this kid on PoE.
|James Woods |
god make it stop, i don't care how. cungradjulations
|Macho Nacho |
He just doesn't like the film because there are no action figures associated with it.
Help me, I agree with cena_mark on something.
Not meant as a reply, but on that note: Inception had kick-ass action and FX, but because it was stylish, well-acted, and had a plot that was a little hard for some to follow and wasn't a rehash of most action films it was pretentious? Or maybe you're just negatively reacting to it's level of popularity with some people?
You people are why so many crap movies get made... I knew you were out there, but I still find it unsettling to hear from you.
"However, one of my major pet peeves with films is when conversations among characters are used to explain what's going on."
THAT'S CALLED DIALOGUE, SHORT-PANTS.
My main problem with the movie-critic tone in general--now that I'm reminded--is that every single critic using the tone, without fail, sound like they are appraising the appeal and sustainability of a piece of high live theater, like an Albee revival at the Atalantic or something. But really they're just talking cleverly about Aliens vs. Predators, or Transformers, and it always seems misplaced.
He's railing against excessive exposition. Legitimate complaint! Seems like this kid understands movies a lot better than you do
ONLY PEOPLE WHO LIKE MOVIES FOR ESCAPISM OR SEEING FICTIONAL THINGS HAPPEN IN AN ENTERTAINMENT SETTING WILL ACTUALLY LIKE THIS FILM. FOR THE REST OF YOU, TOUGH LUCK.
This... thing... needs to be captured and put back into the lab for testing.
It's wrong to wish molestation on someone, right? I mean, I'm not saying I do, but for a second I was almost there.
|Fur is Murder |
This kid doesn't get beaten up enough at school.
I want to feel bad for him. But he's on tv, so maybe he should feel bad for me.
This kid is the Movie Critic Karmapa. He is the reincarnation of Gene Siskel who will grow up to fulfill his holy mission of recognizing the reincarnation of Roger Ebert, who will in turn do likewise when this one dies. They have been doing this since before the Sun.
|a flaming monkey |
Wow. He's just as detestable as most other critics, but so much younger.
|a flaming monkey |
Why have they done this? Do people actually want to hear an 11 year old give their opinion on a film aimed at adults? Get him to review a porno. That's a healthy option.
'A lot of critics praised the anal humiliation scene. Well, to them I say CONGRRAAAATULATIONSS'
|Jack Dalton |
I think I uploaded a morning news interview with that kid-- or maybe it really is true that the top secret Gene Siskel cloning project in North Korea was successful.
Regardless, disagreeing with a kid that didn't like Inception is sort of childish itself. He's obviously talented-- but it's sad to see that film criticism is mostly either a novelty act or reserved for the well-established.
How exactly talented do you need to be to have an opinion about a movie?
The kid has three opinions about the movie:
1. Special effects = cool.
2. Exposition = overused.
3. Ending = predictable.
Is he talented in how he was able to pad out these three points, or that he understands the concept of "Opening" "Body" and "Conclusion"?
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
Reminds me a lot of that kid at some republican convention last year who did a superlativejob of emulating every conservative talk radio host his dad has ever listened to.
|Jet Bin Fever |
Oh look, a man is wearing a child suit.
|That guy |
I'm sure this kid wrote every line of this, right.
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