I'm a very serious man with very serious thoughts about film, but this is a website with a vowel charmingly missing from it's name.
I pirated this movie and you can’t make me feel bad about it.
In a scene that closes out the narrative framing device of this movie, someone is finally able to give a simple answer to the question raised in the title. Matt Walsh’s wife’s eyes glaze over as she stops making sandwiches;
“An adult human female,” she says plainly, before “…who needs your help opening this jar.” As far as gender is concerned, all is right in the Walsh…
“In all things, give thanks.”
I actually enjoy hate-watching some movies and this one is perfect; it sucks… and I am thankful for that. I also can’t help but think of the irony of the American right making terms like “virtue signaling”, “sensitive snowflake” and “Social Justice Warrior” almost exclusively apply to liberals when there’s actually a market for movies like this to exist.
My favorite bit: A character gets their leg impaled by a bear trap and moments after having…
Somehow Edgar Wright thought it would be a good idea to mesh together Drive and Scott Pilgrim to satisfy that summer movie itch and, well... has Edgar Wright ever made a bad decision or did he pop out of his mother and embark on a snappy montage sequence that prepares him for life as one of Hollywood's greatest? I mean seriously, according to Rotten Tomatoes, the man himself is Certified Fresh.