Re: Sexiest film
We have different tastes then. I like critics to sound like human beings who have gone on a journey with a film. I don't want someone trying to tell how important the shadows were in the third act. Unless they can do so in an entertaining / engrossing fashion.
Kermode is great. He's very funny and self-aware and likes to draw on a lot of his own experiences when reviewing films. And he clearly adores pictures in the same way that Martin Scorsese adores pictures, he doesn't sound like he's just spent a decade in some desolate environment, growing gradually more miserable with each new viewing.
Watching him rip into Benjamin Button made up for having to pay to see that dross.
Last edited by Henry Hill; 01-07-2013 at 06:21 PM.