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When auteurs talk about “liquid narratives” and alternative mental states for viewing their film, it usually means it has a shitty plot.

I’ll buy the ticket out of soft-core prurience and to get some closure on the Disney 2000s. But there has to be a word for entertainment you purchase out of a sense of obligation, just to keep up with the zeitgeist.

It may be awesome. Franco may do for Kevin Federline what Johnny Depp did for Keith Richards. But this interview is about as red as the flag gets for me.

Saw a test screening of Oblivion last night. Hopefully they’ll take our advice and seriously tighten up the ending because, boy howdy, did that shit grind to a halt after an otherwise enjoyable hour and a half.
But without any spoilers, if you do see the film, pay close attention to the phrase “effective team.”

Saw a test screening of Oblivion last night. Hopefully they’ll take our advice and seriously tighten up the ending because, boy howdy, did that shit grind to a halt after an otherwise enjoyable hour and a half.

But without any spoilers, if you do see the film, pay close attention to the phrase “effective team.”

Fact:

Moonstruck Cher kicking the can down the street in her red opera shoes (after having spent the night with a one-handed Nicholas Cage) is the best Walk of Shame in cinematic history.