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#68. Death to Smoochy - Review

Death to Smoochy film posterI try my best not to speak in hyperbolic run-ons. When I get excited for a film I have recently watched, I have been known to say things like, “that was one of the best films I have ever seen” or “this has the greatest script of any film of the last 30-years!” Well, I am going to have the same trouble limiting my excitement for this film… kind of. You see, I want to say things like, “Death to Smoochy is the worst film I have ever seen” or “this has the worst script of any film of the last 100-years!” This movie pushed me to my near breaking point. The story, basically about to different children-entertainers competing for a television time slot, does its best to define the word “inane.” The two entertainers, played by Robin Williams and Edward Norton, have been written to be such polar opposites that their extreme personalities leave little for the audience to empathize with. There are uninteresting subplots and guileless relationships, but this film’s greatest feat was its complete lack of charm. Avoid this film at all costs.  

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you suck. this movie is amazing

January 15, 2015 | Unregistered Commenteredwardnorton

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