About Harrison Abbott

Cosmically cynical and prone to excessive rants. Skills include proficient nitpicking, condescending to people and also typing.

Video Review: Ghost Stories

This was originally published at Reel Opinions on 16th April 2018. 

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Review: The Executioners

This was originally published at Reel Opinions on 10th April 2018. 

The Executioners is a septic turd of a movie, devoid of any redeeming qualities whatsoever.

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Screenplay Review: Wonder Woman by Joss Whedon

Introduction

02:23– Backstory
03:38– Quick Verdict & Comparison to 2017 film

Breakdown

14:10– Opening
16:32– Leering Description of Female Character #1
19:50– Leering Description of Female Character #2
21:46– Leering Description of Female Character #3
31:03– Meet the one dimensional side-kicks!
35:37– Meet the one dimensional  Villain!
45:39– Leering Description of Female Character #4
49:15– The Most Uncomfortable Recovery Scene in Film History
57:35– The ”Wicked Sexy” Dance
1:07:10– Ripping off Monsters Inc
1:11:51– Wholesome family lesbian joke. + Leering.

1:15:00– Next Time On Backstory Scripts

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Foot fetishes, giant mechanical monsters, and “wicked sexiness” – all this and more features in Joss Weadon’s controversial 2006 Wonder Woman script.

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Review: Pacific Rim Uprising

This was originally published at Flickering Myth on 30th March 2018. 

SWOOSH! KLONK! ZAM! QUNCKKK! CLANK! AIEEE! VRONK! THUNK!

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Reel Opinions Podcast: Episode 22- The Best Films of 2017

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Review: Tomb Raider

This was originally published at Flickering Myth on 18th March 2018.

From a critical standpoint, the phrase ”better than most video-game adaptations” is a useful one, as it allows us to identify the exact juncture at which ‘damning with faint praise’ deteriorates into ”saying literally nothing at all”.

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