A bad movie with the right attitude

Bonita 2022-04-21 09:01:55

everything opposite the hurt locker. Not only the point of view conveyed by the film, but also the old-fashioned pubic hair story, the cut-in angle of the opposition between good and evil.
By the way, they still have one thing in common: individual heroism. . .
The storyline is too bad, it's too sci-fi and fake, and it's so serious with so many logical loopholes. So sometimes a movie is superficial or not, not just by the theme, but also by the way of expression and the storyline.
Fortunately, the political direction is correct, and I really appreciate Xiaoma's resolute expression of his position in the way of taking the risk of bad films and bad box office, so no matter how bad it is, it is better than the hurt locker O(∩_∩)O haha~

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Extended Reading
  • Aric 2021-11-27 08:01:19

    In order to coax Cao Cao and Damon to continue to work together to shoot the fourth part of Byrne, Universal made such a piece to make the two happy, but handheld photography is really not a panacea. Without a good book and a lack of good action scene design, it will eventually become a reality. Not a boutique. As a result, the film was a bit tragic. The Bournemouth 4 also changed the team, and neither side asked for anything.

  • Mike 2022-03-27 09:01:05

    a little disappointed

Green Zone quotes

  • Martin Brown: I want you to tell him not to talk to the American interrogators.

    Miller: I thought we were all on the same side?

    Martin Brown: Don't be naïve...

  • Miller: When you peddled that shit in DC, did they know it was a lie? Or did they just never bother to ask?

    Clark Poundstone: Okay, okay. Come on, none of this matters anymore. WMD? This doesn't matter.

    Miller: [grabs Poundstone angrily and forcefully] What the fuck you talking about? Of course it fucking matters! The reasons we go to war always matter! It's all that matters! It fucking matters!