depinmad wrote:it's cute that you had to look them up.
It's cute that you still don't know what they mean.
Bucky Goldstein wrote:you're that guy whose first cronenberg film was a history of violence and now you think he's a genius.
Shipley wrote:Bucky Goldstein wrote:you're that guy whose first cronenberg film was a history of violence and now you think he's a genius.
Possibly the most tediously boring and terrible movie I've ever seen.
depinmad wrote:way to TOTALLY not get history of violence. surprise surprise.
Shipley wrote:Ok, he's made some pulp classics, but none are exactly my cup of tea.depinmad wrote:way to TOTALLY not get history of violence. surprise surprise.
Way to totally let me be entitled to my opinion.
Thats what we're arguing here, right? Opinions. Matters of taste, tastes that change from person to person. My opinion is that A History Of Violence was not worth the 2 dollars I spend to see it at Market Square, and that I nearly walked out after 30 minutes. This was like 2 or 3 years ago, so forgive me if I cannot remember specifically what made me dislike it.
TAsunder wrote:Shipley, don't even bother. If you have an opinion that differs from these two trolls, you will be ridiculed endlessly and told you are "wrong" even though it's an opinion you are stating.
And you forgot V for Vendetta in your list of movies with glorified violence and simplistic characters adapted from graphic novels. Although perhaps V for Vendetta might not accurately be described as "glorifying" violence since they used such annoying editing techniques and camera angles that you could barely see the violence.
I didn't exactly love "Stardust" but it did buck the trend a bit, though it was a far cry from the graphic novel still.
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