i watched this right after taking a final and I have two more finals next week and mark kept talking about finals clubs even though they have nothing to do with final exams and everyone goes to harvard and the script was so witty and i just felt so intellectually inferior and :(
"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing."
Comedy movies have been lagging for the last few years. From the typical "starring Amy Schumer" flicks to...yeah, the typical "starring Amy Schumer" flicks, comedies lack actual humor and enjoyment. They've become predictable, bland, and boring. Hollywood seems to have taken note of this--mainstream films marketed as comedies have started changing, but I'm still not sure if it's for the better.
Overall, Tag is a…
Me: This was nothing like the book. Without semblance of the original plot structure and characters, the movie misses the point of the novel.
My brain: But film adaptations are a visual medium for artistic creativity and interpretation of classic novels that enables them to be more relevant to society today.
Me: BUT IT MISSES THE POINTS.
My brain: BUT MICHAEL SHANNON.