I like films. I like writing. I like writing about films.
Will watch any old shit.
When watching a film featuring a repugnant lead character, with nary a redeeming quality to be found, you start off enjoying living vicariously through them, as they get to say whatever they want to whomever, with scant regards to their feelings, but it does get to a point where it becomes tiresome. The Bronze is a good example of that. Melissa Rauch’s (who also co-writes) character is fairly vile throughout, and it’s funny at first, but by the midway point you…
The first film ever made and exhibited to a paying audience, the historical importance of The Lumiere Brother's Employees Leaving the Lumiere Factory cannot be overstated. If we didn't have this film, then we wouldn't have Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen! Actually, fuck the Lumiere Brothers! No I don't mean that. Thank you boys.