No this isn't me debating whether or not I should see the newest entry in the Scream franchise. Been there done that. In fact, I've done that twice now. One paid for and one not so much. So you can definitely say that I enjoyed it (though I've done that with movies I didn't like either, out of morbid curiosity). I'm actually having trouble writing a review for it.
I'm not quite sure why. As stated above, I really liked the movie but for some reason I don't think that I've watched it well enough in order to fairly review it. No matter how much I watch it, I don't even think of the filmmaking process. I just sit back and enjoy the movie. I can't state enough how much this NEVER happens to me. Sometimes on a first viewing I'll find myself being lost in the movie for a little bit, but that'll cease and I'll think "I love that shot. I wonder how long it took to get that." It's the filmmaker inside me. I just can't turn it off.
Yet for some reason, this movie helps. And so I find myself not even able to properly review the film. Maybe after another viewing (a non-cam one hopefully) I can get my reviewer cap on and type up a kickass review. But as of now, since I don't want to half-ass it, I'm just going to leave it be.
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