…if you view it like a SNL skit…
That may be my problem, I think that SNL really, REALLY sucks compared to how they were in the 1980s, maybe the early 1990s as well.
Team America kinda sucked, IMHO.
First of all Team America did not suck.
In my, most humble and amiable opinion, it did. That sex scene was WAY too long. Some of it was funny, but it is not something I would classify as a work of art or something I would tell anyone had any intrinsic value. But as I said, that’s my, most humble, opinion on the matter. You are free to enjoy it all you want. :lol:
Second, you should take the H out of IMHO cuz there is never anything humble about your opinions.
As always, I am but your humble and obedient servant. However, I do believe that all of my opinions are humble and contrite and only given in the best interests of all mankind. If I were to keep my, humble, opinion to myself, how could I help the wee little children? Oh won’t anyone PLEASE think about the children!!! They need my voice added to the cacophony of ideas they are subjected too in this tumultuous world!
Finally, ''W", though I have not seen it yet, is just a movie. And Bush himself is becoming a back drop aka old news… thank Judas.
I would like to, please, ask you to refrain from discussing President George W. Bush. We are ONLY referring to the quality of the cinematic experience that is the movie “W” by Mr. Oliver Stone - may his ancestors rest in peace.
I have never had a taste for Oliver Stone movies.
me too. like 95% of them are the same idea transposed no matter how unlikely it fits to reality. Its like that Moore fellow…same thing but i little less as ridiculous, but still far out.
You know, I never really paid much attention to who the director/producer was to a movie until Clint Eastwood started making movies left and right.
That said, I felt this particular movie (the writing, the producing, the camera shots and some of the acting) was so particularly bad, and the advertising for the movie so religiously harped on who directed and produced it, that I had to attribute this disaster of a film to Mr. Oliver Stone.