Really, Ebert gave this four stars and said it's one of the best action movies in a long time. I'll totally be seeing this sooner than later.
If I hadn't been trying to be so succinct for the purposes of attempted humor, I would have explained that I have a personal bias against Angelina Jolie. Not only will I always consider her a homewrecker (big Jennifer Aniston fan), but I also find that she has Megan Fox Disease: incredibly hot, totally incapable of making me feel any sympathy toward the characters she plays.
Hilarious -- Ebert gave it 100 on Metacritic, yet this is the excerpt from his review, which hardly sounds like a 100 rating:"It's gloriously absurd. This movie has holes in it big enough to drive the whole movie through. The laws of physics seem to be suspended here the same way as in a Road Runner cartoon."
oh wow, so salt is a person?!
i‘m on team aniston, too, by the way, but don't call jolie a homewrecker, cause after all, it takes two to wreck a home, namely brad pitt - but in these kinds of situations, everybody always blames the woman. not good. especially in 2010.
Miss T, that's undoubtedly true -- I don't much care for Mr. Pitt, either. However, because that's clearly the prize Jen wants, I am rooting for them to eventually get back together, if only for her sake. Actually, the best outcome would be for her to forge a functional relationship with someone else and be done with all the Brangelina crap -- but because she seems incapable of that, this may be the next best thing for her.
Oh, and to your specific comment about blaming the woman -- I would hope I wouldn't do that in every scenario. But because I happen to think Angelina is a genuinely bad person and probably also crazy, I do blame her specifically. It doesn't have anything to do with her gender.
crazy people are seldomly bad... ;)i think she's just phony.
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