Monday, September 13, 2010

Sour Grapes, Bad Writing, Cheap Shots

In his review of Clint Eastwood's 'Hereafter', Lou Lumenick describes Bryce Dallas Howard simply as 'terrible', and says Matt Damon 'manages to keep a straight face as a San Francisco psychic who considers his ability to communicate with the dead a curse rather than a gift...'

Is there a limit to online rudeness? This falls in the category of 'it was bad (or good)' non-review. Angry, cheap. However, he gets points for the fairly objective '...I have to sadly report it's painfully clear that Clint Eastwood is waaaay outside his comfort zone from the CGI-heavy opening sequence of "Hereafter,'' which features a tsunami flattening a tropical resort.'

Very sadly-y reported. I especially like the 'waaaay'. There's plenty that's painfully clear here, Lou.

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