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You're one of THOSE kind of people.
What... what kind of people is that?
Can't hang on to anything nice.
I guess I haven't had enough practice.
Don't worry about it. I shoulda known better. I mean... next time I'll just take my wallet and burn it.
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They need to put a health warning on the DVD cover of this movie because I felt like I was going to vomit after 15 minutes. I couldn't take any more.
I'm not a fan of shaky camera, but I can appreciate it if used appropriately, for example in found footage films or certain action scenes.
However, in this movie the camera was constantly bouncing around, and I mean CONSTANTLY. In scenes in which two people are standing still and talking to each other, the camera still bounces and flicks around, as if you are getting the first person view of a bystander with ADHD!
One minute the camera is aimed at someone's face, then suddenly - BAM! it whizzes down and your looking at the ground, then suddenly - BAM! it whizzes back up and your looking at a shaky face, then BAM! You get the point...
Up down, left right, up down, left right, NEVER EVER STILL FOR A SINGLE SECOND. Was there a constant earthquake? Was the cameraman high on ice?
If you want to throw up, go watch this movie.
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