The book barely makes sense, the movie makes none. I still like it a lot. I was reminded of this the other day. Story by Raymond Chandler, movie adaptation done in part by William Faulkner. I think it's the mostly poorly plotted film on common lists of top 100 films. It's well-written enough that you sort of think you know what's going on and don't quite notice how confusing it is - it's like mazes in dreams in Inception. The plot doesn't really matter.
Given the recent "Worst Movies Ever" diary, I would like to take this opportunity to inject a little bit of a positive feel into this site. It's easy to always crap on everything, but then you're just a crap factory, and nobody likes a crap factory. Here, then, is a positive counterbalance: movies you have seen recently that were pretty all right, all things considered.
I'm limiting it to films you've seen recently, since otherwise this would just degenerate into, "OMG, these are the ten best films EVAR." There are plenty of other places in the world to discuss that.
My wife took my son with her to her third grade class on Halloween figuring he wasn't likely to miss anything in his kindergarten class. At one point, he attempted to display his writing prowess by writing "boo" on the whiteboard. Unfortunately, it came out "boob". Hilarity ensued.
That’s right I’m back. Like some hunky soap opera guy I’m just waltzing back with no legitimate excuses and I’m going only to slap a big wet one on Husi expecting everything to go back to the way it was despite my absence.
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