WON’T GET FOOLED AGAIN.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
At heart, FIGHT CLUB is a film about searching for meaning in a society where day-to-day life is like a parody of meaninglessness. Where furniture completes people and every day is the same; going to the office, crunching the numbers on one’s little computer, and sitting in their four-walled cell. Day in, day out.
That monotonous routine what makes it so easy for everyone in…
Honestly, I would have been fine with how directionless and pointless this is if it were in service of something funny, compelling, or at all interesting, but unfortunately that couldn’t be further from the truth. There were so many points in this where I felt like it was going to go anywhere, but every single time it’s a dead end.
And I guess “that’s the point”, right? After all, the hangout movie thing worked great in ONCE UPON A…
SNL by way of PragerU. Probably the worst thing I've ever seen. This guy's entire channel is literally just him making the same (morbidly unfunny) joke over and over; blows my mind that he has a dedicated subscriber-base.
This has 267K likes on YouTube and all of the comments are stuff like "Wow, this is so scary and just like the what's going on in the world!" Please log off.
A couple of my favorites:
"They tried to warn us…
Not quite sure I understand the point of this one. What is Spurlock trying to prove here? That fast food is bad for you? To my understanding, there are approximately zero people that have seen this and been surprised that eating Mickey D’s three times a day for weeks on end is harmful, so all we really get here is a masochistic exercise in empty shock-value. Not informational, worthless as a reminder to monitor your diet, and overall just an irresponsible experiment that fails to get its point across effectively. Extremely gross.
“It’s almost like if God said ‘You get to pick the colors of every house on one street, but the only thing is that you gotta strip them all down and then paint them yourself. And by the way, you have to do it all with a tiny little paintbrush.’ And I get in my mind this idea of how beautiful it would look, and which color every house should be, and then I go up and down…