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My All-Time Favorite Film
I'm absolutely floored by all of the negative reviews this movie has gotten. Chatroom is one of the most amazing films I've ever seen. I can see the point of the film has gone over the heads of nearly everyone who has reviewed this so far, and I'd like to set the record straight: Chatroom is fantastic.
Although the characterization of almost all the supporting characters is weak, William is intriguing and of a character quality I, as a writer, aim to construct. He makes your skin crawl with the terrible things he masterminds, yet you can't help feeling drawn to him. You want to help him and you want to know more about him. You know that, logically, you should despise him, but there is a part of you that doesn't.
The symbolism in Chatroom is incredible. As William's true identity is revealed throughout the course of the movie, the lighting changes as well as his appearance. By the end of the film, the scenes have a blue tint to them. William's hair, which is gelled smooth and flat when he introduces himself to Chelsea Teens!, is curly, messy, and unkempt by the time he meets the kids in real life. Obviously, these, among many more slight metaphors littered throughout the film, were completely glazed over by critics. These enhance the movie and tinker with your mind.
If anything, stick around for the adrenaline rush that hits you in the last 15 minutes of the film. Do not listen to these nay-sayers, as there is so much more to Chatroom than clichés. It is truly an amazing film, and I will stand by that opinion until the day I die.
The Middle (2009)
Best. Show. Ever.
I started watching The Middle after half of the people I knew started whispering into their shoulders (like Brick) and I had no idea why. One of them was nice enough to inform me of a new show called "The Middle". After watching it, I immediately fell in love.
This is a family that anyone can relate to in some way or another. It is totally quotable and will have you laughing and reliving the episodes over and over again.Every character is their own person, which is refreshing. Sue's the awkward, gawky, REAL teenager, Axl's a normal teenage boy, and Brick's that quirky little boy that reminds everybody of someone they know in a way.
All in all, The Middle is a realistic, heartwarming sitcom that is a change from today's normal television. And best of all, the whole family will love it.