Sudden crap

Wellington 2022-04-22 07:01:16

Yes, the heroine's face was so full that she was pinched out of the water, and her big watery eyes were featured again and again, and she was featured again after the close-up, until I found out that this was actually a bad film that was well hidden.
The cruelty of the war was shown warmly. I wonder if it is not good to show the suffering of the Germans too badly? What happened to the girl, except for the death of her younger brother, was just like a flower in a greenhouse. The mean stepmother at the beginning, her viciousness was an illusion, but she was actually a kind person, surrounded by kind people...Is there any drama conflict? It's not a New Year's card, is it? The last few corpses were reluctant to put on make-up, so would it be alright to smear a little ashes from the bottom of the pot? ! A girl's acting skills are...general. Of course, it's not easy to be beautiful anymore, and acting skills shouldn't be forced. The little boy's unspoken confession... I really rolled my eyes in front of the screen, Qiong Yao's energy is really enough, but not as hard as Qiong Yao's, it just passed... What's the situation?
Books are the friends of mankind, the safe haven for all suffering and the best spiritual sustenance for those who suffer. The writing is so beautiful, so detached, so saving people and fire and water... This is enough of a lame idea and an even lame expression, oh, forget, and the English pronunciation of that German accent, the lines really make people keep wandering Back to the good and bad ends.
The only thing still acceptable is the role of stepfather.
This movie taught me that there is a kind of bad movie that you only realize after watching it that it is so bad.

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The Book Thief quotes

  • Death: The bombs were falling thicker now. It's probably fair to say that no one was able to serve the Führer as loyally as me.

  • Rosa Hubermann: [cleaning her skinned hands] You're too much like your father. you know that?

    Liesel Meminger: What's wrong with that?