A Movie Prentending to Be Good

by Lisa Donovan

To distract ourselves from our morose past few days, my husband went out and rented The Squid and the Whale.  Hrumph.  Disappointment all around.  It was a good story, but not a very good movie.  My husband asked this morning “so, was that movie pretending to be a good film?”.  The answer is yes.  Basically, what we collectively decided was that it took successful styles and innovative ideas from other good movies and tried to run with it.  Left you feeling kind of cheated and like you had had it much better somewhere else with some other movie - and chances are, you have.

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