My personal theory is that these preview screenings often take place at midnight screenings at film festivals, where people are exhausted, half-drunk, or, in the case of Sundance specifically, light-headed from the altitude. They’re fainting from the altitude sickness, not the movie. IMO.
I’m not embedding a Posobiec tweet. I’m just not. Y’all have it handled.
Thank you for commenting, and best wishes to you.
Weird, I didn’t see you at the sexual assault and misconduct reporting seminar. I must have missed you.
That’s a good point, I’ll make a correction.
Good point! I will make a note of that.
I used to get shit for saying nice things about Taylor Swift, now I get shit for mocking her.
What a good girl!
I’d place the blame more on the people who voted for him, but thank you for your kind words about my political influence!
Here’s the full joke, since you can’t be bothered to google it:
I was a member of Everything Is Terrible back in the day, so the leap is not as huge as you might think.
He’s slightly more animated, but not much.
Yep, Sean’s working on that now.
I know what I’m doing for my birthday this year.
ooh, good info. Thanks
Your thirst for blood is truly bottomless. I thought this was a pretty harsh review! haha
Not accusing Erhlich of plagiarism to be clear; simply parallel thinking. I like Ehrlich.
Might I remind you of the kicker on my Worst Films capsule for The Snowman, which came out a few days before that review.
Fair enough. But yeah, I do not put exact quotas on the number of newswires a writer has to do in a day.
It is exceedingly amusing to me when people make confident, completely inaccurate statements about how this website is run. To pull back the curtain on this particular discussion: There is no quota on the number of Newswires published in a day. This story was just a bit of fun.