Friday, September 28, 2012

The Five Stages of Watching The Tall Man (As Demonstrated by Babies)

Stage One: Excitement






Stage Two: Boredom





 Stage Three: Confusion





Stage Four: Angry Crying




Stage Five: Bitterness




You're dead to me.

8 comments:

Thomas Duke said...

I wasn't bored with it, but it didn't seem to really fit together. I guess it's sort of like a reverse Children of the Corn or something. Maybe I missed something.

CashBailey said...

That pretty much sums up how I felt about it.

I actually thought Biel was quite good. I can see where this kind of dressed-down, unglamourous role would be attractive to her. And apparently she put in a chunk of her own money to get it made, so you've gotta respect her for that.

This is a massive step down from MARTYRS, but I wouldn't write Laugier just yet. Maybe he should go back to France and make another ball-tearing horror classic.

Michael Williams said...

Thank you, I was going to watch this tonight. I will now devote the time you saved me to making the world a better place for humanity.

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Planet of Terror said...

Bah! So torn with this one. Definitely seems to be polarizing. Hmmmmm, still might check it out.

Teresita said...

Yeah....I didnt buy the ending.Hey, what about Chained, I dont see it in your blog.That movie leave u thinking...

jacob scranton said...

I thought the movie was great. Honestly.

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