The Critic takes aim at M. Night Shyamalan when he reviews a movie he hates yet everyone else loves: Signs.
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[imitates female cop
Forgive me. What I'm doing is called Tarantinoing, where you talk about something that has nothing to do with the rest of the story, but is kind of funny and a little quirky. It was kind of avant-garde in its day and it used to develop some strong character traits but now it's just used as a cheap gimmick for pretentious film writers to draw a ton of attention to their writing style as opposed to serving the plot. By the way, I'm mostly pointless in this. I don't even draw ...
References The Matrix
On Earth As It Is in Heaven
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