Channing Tatum discovering comedy is clearly the best thing that’s ever happened to him (unless he gets married or has a kid)
I've been memeing this movie to my college friends for the last 3 years and now I've finally watched it. It took this long for absolutely no reason at all. It, like the Exorcist, takes its sweet time to get to the action, and it's beautiful. This is probably the tensest I've ever felt watching a movie.
This is fucking vile.
It’s a perfect demonstration of how boomers think of underaged girls (and boys too, but at least the leading man was 19). It wasn’t nearly as racist as I thought it would be.
It was Oscar nominated. If that doesn’t tell you that the Oscars are pointless then you’re a moron.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
You know the sad thing is that I had low expectations going into this and this cynical trash couldn't even meet those. When I say that this movie is cynical, I don't mean that it's bleak or pessimistic, or that it has an unhappy ending (although one could make an argument that that was what the film was going for, I personally don't thing anyone involved in this was anywhere near that smart). I mean it in the same way…