|Couldn't find a suitable Inception demotivational but|
this pretty much sums up my feels for that piece of crap.
Inception: A Mini Non-Review
"Saw" only the first few minutes. All I could make out while gazing at the low light/no light, brown filtered/gelled, epileptically edited action(?) opening were semi-vague humanoid shapes, and extreme close-ups of body parts and talking heads. Something about going down a rope out of a window or off a balcony was involved ... I think.
After a few minutes, I took the disc out and threw it away. What the heck, it was only a three buck Goodwill buy so it didn't break my wallet. I'm going to miss those three dollars though ...
My new criteria for movie watching is:
If I can see better in the dark than I can see watching a movie then I'm NOT watching that flick.
Why does Hollywood do this? Why do they make flicks that are visually strenuous to watch?
They may say it's art.
They may sat it's cinematography.
They may say it's "en scene".
Horseshit! It's garbage!
At least any PC bull crap that might be in the flicks they make these days is less effective in propagandizing if they're hard to see.
Jus' sayin' ...
Why I can't watch todays' movies here.
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