Difference between revisions of "The film doesn't work"

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A phrase used to describe a movie that either doesn't make sense, or [[Willing suspension of disbelief|defies its own internal logic]], or just seems to completely fall apart in front of the viewer's eyes. The phrase was used once by [[Mark Kermode]]'s friend Alan Frank - of "you wouldn't like me when I'm Ang Lee" fame - only for Frank's editor to question it: "What does that mean? It doesn't go through the projector successfully?"
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A phrase used to describe a movie that either doesn't make sense, or [[Willing suspension of disbelief|defies its own internal logic]], or just seems to completely fall apart in front of the viewer's eyes. The phrase was used once by [[Mark Kermode]]'s friend [[other opinions are also available|Alan Frank]] - of "you wouldn't like me when I'm Ang Lee" fame - only for Frank's editor to question it: "What does that mean? It doesn't go through the projector successfully?"

Latest revision as of 11:22, 2 October 2017

A phrase used to describe a movie that either doesn't make sense, or defies its own internal logic, or just seems to completely fall apart in front of the viewer's eyes. The phrase was used once by Mark Kermode's friend Alan Frank - of "you wouldn't like me when I'm Ang Lee" fame - only for Frank's editor to question it: "What does that mean? It doesn't go through the projector successfully?"