I like creepy. It was creepy. I didn’t let my brain get filled with either positive or negative reviews. The trailer looked creepy. I said, “I’ll watch that when it’s on HBO.” Time passed. Happened to be on HBO in one of the rare times I’m at the TV and so I watched it.

I like creepy. It was creepy. I didn’t let my brain get filled with either positive or negative reviews. The trailer looked creepy. I said, “I’ll watch that when it’s on HBO.” Time passed. Happened to be on HBO in one of the rare times I’m at the TV and so I watched it.

I heard some of the political murmurs about it since the trailer so I was aware of diverse political opinions.

I just ignored them. It’s rare I watch a movie anymore as everybody makes everything into an issue. I liked Wonder Woman too because I watched the TV show as a kid and the trailer looked bad ass. I liked it too.

I hear the political crap but ignore it.

 

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That’s fine. I didn’t feel hammered. It gave me the Stepford Wives feeling (classic version anyway) or Children of the Damned vibe.

I liked the first conversations with the father : his character was really overcompensating and his opinion about the deer gave me that, “Something’s fishy about this dad” vibe but couldn’t put my finger on it at first.

My only experience with Tyler Perry was a TV show about a poor woman who made it to the White House and then had to run back home to escape. It was a little wooden at times but it held my interest enough.

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You too. I just know too many critics and not enough, “Enjoyed it”. I like to break the common pattern.

I feel like a rebel for unironically enjoying anything. Makes me out of step with the majority opinions. But such as it is. I make no apologies.

Man, I’m trying to get out of the irony thing and just do dry wit on occasion. Can I?

Oh good. Sign me up for Dad Jokes University. I’ll add to the cringe karma levels.

 

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