OBLIVION: REVIEW – There are starving children in the world.
Families living below the poverty line not knowing where their next Happy Meal is coming from.
The 120 million dollars it cost to make Oblivion could have been spent on vaccinating an entire African country against malaria or buying everyone in Cyprus a copy of Wall Street on DVD.
Joseph Kosinski and Universal decided to spend the cash on a giant, festering turd.
Some of you will undoubtedly crave explanation and in depth analysis of why the movie is so excremental but I’m not going to do that. I want to forget I ever ventured into the theatre and spent two precious hours of my life baring witness to the abomination.
The best I can do is to implore you not to see it. Don’t even spend another second of your life thinking about it. If you were all geared up to spend cash on a ticket, then why not use that money to do a bit of good. Save a whale, adopt a leper. Pop a $10 note in the cap of that one armed busker who plays a fiddle with his teeth on the subway. Better to spend your hard earned cash on the chance of a fluffy cloud in heaven, than on an ass numbing seat in the bubbling bowels of cinematic hell.
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