eric boot

Dylan Columbiners:

*crying at night*

“dylan protects me i swear”

Sue klebold is my M O M

*subtle columbiner things, onyx ring, red sox cap, triple cross earring*

grunge aesthetic

“I’m about to say it. I don’t care that you broke your elbow”

The majority of Columbiners

Ouija board

“for dylan”    *chugs something with 0.2 alcohol*   *rETCHES*

condoning is sin *flips hair* and i’m satan

Eric Columbiners:

cOmbAt BooTs

*flips off everything*

its not a phase mom


Punk aesthetic

Dave Cullen can Choke On Dylan Klebold’s Dick

either 16 or 37

Sideblog full of guns with captions like “aaaaaahhhh yeah mmhm”

*literally anything happens* fucker should be shot

The one kid that giggles weirdly in every class about Charles Darwin


I’m sorry, but I’m little confused about positions on Senior Class photo. It seems like Brooks has his elbow on Eric’s knee, right? But Eric’s legs look really funny, I mean, due to bottom of Eric’s combat boot, is it possible? Doesn’t make sense.

In the senior photo when they did the goofy picture, there’s a foot on the fat dudes (next to brooks) lap and I’m just wondering - is that Dylan’s foot????? And who’s knees is Brooks resting on?? I’m so confused lol.

I’ve studied and studied this photo quite a bit myself and and it’s not easy to figure out!  So, you’re not the only one that is coming up short over it! The thing that doesn’t make much sense is the body part in light blue denim jeans that I put a ‘?’ by. But, we can determine from the first photo, that Eric is wearing black BDU pants. Brooks and Zack have slightly nuanced shades of dark blue jeans so this means.. the light denim jeans have to be Dylan’s! His body is slopping forward and his looong thighs are kinda squeezed in together and all we can see are the tops of his knees  Brooks has his hand lazily resting on the top of Dyl’s knees.  I used to think that was Dylan’s boot..but I it seems too small given that Dylan had a size 12 foot.  It can’t possibly be Eric’s boot, because his body is leaning in the opposite direction. No way would he get his boot swung forward.  So, the only logical explanation would be Robyn’s boot. I don’t know what kind of rugged boots she has on but that would give her a fairly sizable foot for a girl - maybe size 9 or 10.  Which would mean that her right leg is bent, leaning on top of Dylan’s thigh (which we can’t see behind Zack) and she’s resting her boot on top of Zack’s leg.  That’s the best I can deduce of it presently!  :)  The photo really is a puzzle-like conundrum..   

And, by the way, Zack is not a “fat dude”, he is stocky, people, stocky. Sheeesh.  The poor guy…

music meme

I was tagged by my dearest @abernathae <3

rules: you can tell a lot about a person based on the music they listen to. put your music on shuffle, list the first 10 songs, and tag 10 people.

(This is a limited selection from my phone because I don’t have my computer for the Full Collection)

  1. 21st of May - Nickel Creek
  2. Sometimes I’m Happy - Benny Goodman
  3. The Lady’s Pantelettes - Paedar Broe et. al (The Drones and the Chanters - Irish Pipering)
  4. These Boots - Eric Church
  5. Traditional Scots Tunes - from the Musica Pacifica collection
  6. Fantasia in C Minor - JS Bach
  7. All-American Girl - Carrie Underwood
  8. Grapevine Fires - Death Cab for Cutie
  9. Boats & Birds - Gregory and the Hawk
  10. She is the Sunlight - Trading Yesterday
  11. Fire - Noah Gundersen

If you see the thing, consider yourself tagged.

BatB #12: Regarding Mr. Skittlez

I fail at April Fool’s, yet again.

Silver Linings Playbook review will come sometime this week now, I PROMISE…for now, as you were. ;)

(The prank post will be up for another day until I privatise it, along with this entry. Thanks!…also, no, I’ve never seen Ill Manors, nor do I intend to.)

Cinema Reviews #17: "Warm Bodies" (26th February 2013)


Canada / BBFC rating: 12A / MPAA rating: PG-13 / Distributor (UK): eOne Entertainment / Studios: Summit Entertainment & Mandeville Films / Genre: Romantic-comedy, horror (though I’d use the term “horror” quite loosely with this one)

I want to start this review, gushing on about how I first knew of this film and how I ended up getting excited for it as well. So, the entire Twilight series ended last November (my review of the final instalment is right here, if you’re curious to what I thought of that) and some time afterwards, I got wind of a new film from Twilight studio Summit Entertainment that involves a teen-appropriate love story with the big relationship story being between a living human being…and a zombie. My first reaction was to the tune of this…"WHY? Come on Summit Entertainment, I wasn’t even a vitriolic hater of the Twilight series like most of the rest of the world were but my goodness, this is desperate! Stop giving the Hot Topic crowd more things to fawn over and stop altering legendary monster mythos for the sake of a twee teen-love story, jeez!“ and then my brother came round my house one day, talked about the film and I echoed to him what I said just now…then he tells me that its supposed to be a comedy and then shows me an official trailer for it. And instantly, I got it. All my fears for a film like this faded away as soon as I realised just how self-aware of its own ridiculousness the film seemed and how eager it was to play with its own story and deliver something with creativity and heart but also with welcome, well-executed bouts of silliness and satire. So when it came to deciding on which film to see this week, I had to go for this one as soon as I learn’t that the day that I’d be writing this review (February 8th, 2013) would also be the day of its UK general release (Edit: And yet this review took forever to get going. I do apologize, I know.). So is this unconventional mix of zombies and romance a warm, welcome presence or would I rather just shoot this film in the head instead? Let’s take a look…

First thing’s first, I’m sure that just like all films like this (even ones that are less serious, like this one), the subject of this film’s take on the zombie mythos would be the cause of many worries to many audiences who enjoy zombie films or zombie fiction as a whole. But personally, I will give the film props on its take on zombies and I thought that their take was very fleshed-out (no pun intended), creative, original and generally fascinating. Sure, it does end up getting a bit slushy for some people later down the line, but when it comes to a film like this, this can’t really be avoided. Other than that, I really enjoyed this film’s vision of zombies. For the uninitiated, zombies in this film’s universe do usually stumble around and grunt and moan like you’d expect them to and they do eat flesh just like zombies usually do (they adopt both styles of movement in this film if you’re nerdy enough to care, the lumbering, slower sort and the faster, more-aggressive sort that more modern zombie films have adopted from 28 Days Later onwards). The brain is regarded as the best part of the human body to our lead zombie, R (played by Nicholas Hoult, I’ll talk about his performance as this guy later) as eating parts of the brain evokes the memories and feelings briefly of those who were killed in order to be eaten in the first place. R first comes across Julie Griglo (played by Teresa Palmer) while she fights zombies with her fellow zombie-hunting friends and without realising who the person R’s about to kill is, he kills her then-boyfriend during a heated zombie-hunting session as self-defence and eats his brains, which gives R her ex-boyfriend’s memories and emotions of how he felt with her and how their time was spent together. R, of course, started having feelings for Julie even before he felt how her ex-boyfriend felt, but it was his memories that helped guide his emotions further. Further down the line, he spends more time with her and she eventually gets the idea that R isn’t the same sort of zombie as the others  and would rather protect her than eat her alive and soon enough, it turns out that as their unconventional relationship blossoms…something different starts to happen to R that can not only affect him and help himself out, but also the rest of the zombies around him. It’s a weird, unconventional way of looking at zombie lore and in the wrong hands, it could fail spectacularly and be unbearably saccharine but with this film, these new concepts that they’ve created for the zombies in this film feel enjoyable and entertaining and they are pulled off VERY nicely for the sort of film this is. Perhaps even better than some people may dread (and I think I can count with this because I definitely dreaded how they’d tackle these things until I found out what sort of film it was), so at least most can be reassured with what angle they took with these things. With that in mind…

…what also does definitely help is the film’s sense of humour. And admittedly, while its not gag-upon-gag-upon-gag like Warm Bodies’ comedy-centric trailer suggests, it still manages to be very satisfyingly funny when the humour in this film is at its best. From the witty, satirical inner dialogue of R himself that narrates often during the film and the courage for the film itself to sometimes poke fun at the plot’s own potential ridiculousness to the fun visual gags and zombie film references, the film’s humour has plenty that’ll keep its audiences entertained. Perhaps it wouldn’t of hurt for the film to try and balance out the more humourous elements with the more heavy-handed elements better (I’ll talk about the film’s way of dealing with its own pace and tone later on in the review) but as it stands, this is a satisfyingly funny film that doesn’t disappoint as a satirical comedy. What also helps sell the format of this film better is the acting, in particular Nicolas Hoult (About a Boy, X-Men First Class) who is a genuine wonder as R and manages to REALLY pull off the character in both the personality of him in his inner dialogue and especially as a zombie who learns to very, very slowly find his own emotions and feelings again despite being undead and its his performance that really helps to steer the movie forward as well. But even with that said, we can’t ignore Teresa Palmer (Bedtime Stories, I Am Number Four)’s performance as Julie neither and she’s a strong, well-versed presence in this film and she does a very nice job with her character too, who she played as strong and knowedgable of what’s around her but also not too unlike any other normal girl that anyone out there already knows or has known in their lifetime. In a nutshell, she balances the vibe of a successful zombie apocalypse survivor and a normal, likeable person and this is something that definitely fits such a character and in this film with Palmer’s performance, it unmistakably does. Other notable mentions go to Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine) as R’s zombie friend, "M”, who offers a fun performance and is a great screen presence throughout and Analeigh Tipton (Crazy, Stupid, Love) as Julie’s fun, sassy friend who gives a funny, well-handled performance too. And there’s also John Malkovich…and to be fair, his acting in this film (at the risk of sounding like a bad internet meme OR re-enacting Being John Malkovich by saying his name so often) is pretty John Malkovich-ish. As in, Malkovich delivers a John Malkovich-ian performance. Wether that’s a good thing or not depends on what people think of his acting, but that’s certainly what he brings to the table here. He plays Julie’s over-protective father who’s in charge of protecting the city from zombies and making sure all the zombies are all “taken care of"…I’ll talk more about his character fairly soon into this review, I assure you…

…for now, let’s look at where the film shows its flaws. Though bare in mind, the filmmakers shouldn’t feel too guilty and with all things considered, this film’s flaws could of been a LOT worse in the wrong hands but the backbone of what’s not-so-perfect about this film is the film’s sense of pacing. Now, when I was looking over which films to see for this blog in what was listed for my local cinema, I decided that Warm Bodies would be a perfect pick this week (also baring in mind that, hey, this is the week of Valentine’s Day and this film can count as a film fit for it [Edit: WAS. Man, that line shows the review’s age now]) as not only is it something I was curious over for a while anyway but ALSO because it was 97 minutes long, as opposed to the 2-and-a-half semi-epics that seem to be flooding the cinemas more than ever recently, Oscar buzz or otherwise (besides Wreck-It Ralph, I think this is the first film I’ve seen this year where it WAS under 2 hours), and Warm Bodies may have a more standard running time than other major films out right now but it doesn’t stop the film from feeling a bit baggy and slow in places. Its not like this all the time, in fact a LOT of the film is quite satisfying until the film reaches a certain point and gradually gets a lot slower and becomes more draggy but there are just a few scenes here and there that do drag the pace a bit and end up making you wonder why they haven’t gone from this place and situation to this other place and situation a little sooner than they did and its nothing TOO annoying, but its still hard to not talk about this here and admittedly, with some more very careful, gentle and restraintful editing, the film could of made use of its own running time slightly better. On top of this, the film is surprisingly lacking where typical, that’s-been-done-before cliches are concerned in the long term, except for one…and that’s the character John Malkovich plays, Julie’s father Colonel Griglo. I’m not going to put this blame on Malkovich himself, as he did okay. Like I said in the previous paragraph, he gives a performance you’d expect John Malkovich to do and that’s fine if you like his style of acting and not so if you don’t so the problem isn’t with how Malkovich played the part. The problem is that even if its understandable that he’d be very strict and over-protective because he has a HUGE job to tackle and it carries a LOT of responsibility on his shoulders and along the way, he was directly faced with personal tragedy that’s related to said occupation and he doesn’t want his daughter to have a similar fate, this film doesn’t have us see any other side to him other than his strict side. Not even that much after the climax (apart from some things he does differently) neither, all the way through he’s the big, responsible "you can’t do this” person and not unlike characters that we’ve seen so often in films before (especially animated films, actually) and other than the fact that his over-bearing nature makes these events a lot more difficult on Julie because of the unconventionality of her situation, the character adds nothing and its a very one-dimensional character that feels jarringly out-of-place, even in a film like this one. But again, if you particularly like John Malkovich as an actor, this won’t phase you too much. Just saying that I’m sure that its possible to write characters like this that don’t just consist of hot air, you know?

Also of note with this film is that when I put in “horror (though I’d use the term "horror” quite loosely with this one)“ up on the genre section at the start of this review, I really mean’t it. The film takes themes that many VERY popular pieces of horror fiction take themselves from like zombies (well, duh) and especially during the first half of the film (or more, the first 20 minutes or so), there are some fun jump scares but other than that, unless people are really, REALLY that sensitive on zombies, its definitely not much of a horror film at all. Then again, that’s not the purpose of Warm Bodies, so hopefully people who go in to see this film won’t mistake this for anything that’s more intense. As such, the gore in this film is very minimal and is reserved merely for when zombies eat and get blood over their mouths and hands and while people DO shoot zombies in the head during the film, most (if not all) of these headshots are cut and shot in such a way that they’re framed out of the film so no one sees the impact these headshots give so…you CAN tell how they gently handled the themes of how a zombie apocalypse would work, how’d the survivors AND the zombies would survive and the like while making sure the film would get the rating that the filmmakers would want so that it would reach a wide, teenager-friendly audience so make no mistake: horror themes are there and there are just one or two jump scares in the film but in no way is Warm Bodies much of a horror film persay. If you go in for this film, just know you’ll be going in for an unconventional, self-aware, post-apocolypic romantic-comedy about a zombie, a girl and how their relationship affects each other and the surroundings around them. Obviously most of you will know what sort of film this really is already and the trailers make this fact clear rather than make it look like something it isn’t, but in case anyone still has doubts as to what sort of film this is, then I thought I’d make that fact all the more clearer for this review. Its more goofy than scary, let’s put it that way, and that’s because it was supposed to be!

Let’s now look more at the little things that are also worth noting about this film. Visually, the film looks very nice. The cinematography in the film is very well-handled and lends itself VERY well to the moods and situations of the film as a whole, as well as paint a very well-handled post-apocalyptic picture of the world that admittedly does also make the more sillier moments of the film all the more sillier with how well-handled its own post-apocalyptic setting is. The cinematography in the flashback sequences is a bit weird and if you’re not a fan of colour filters, it may be a bit jarring at first. However, as these are just flashback sequences, they get a free pass as these sequences are edited well enough to feel like something from the subconscious, which is appropriate for memories stored from a character’s actual brain before zombies eat at them but on the whole, the cinematography throughout the film is appropriate and well-handled enough to be pleasing. The editing as a whole with this film is fairly well-handled though again, I would suggest that some parts of the film should of been gently, carefully cut a little more so that the pace doesn’t lose its own focus too awkwardly but other than that, it does its job and it doesn’t feel too distracting. As for the film’s music…well, first of all, to whoever was in charge of picking the pop songs for this film (past and present…though most prominently the ones from the past, in my book): bravo! The songs featured in this film were all VERY appropriate and effective for the film and are pretty much all genuinely delightful to listen to so whoever you are out there, great job, you’ve really helped liven up the film even more! As for the score by Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders, well…it does its purpose. I can’t remember much of it whilst writing this, but I don’t remember ever really being that frustrated with it or distracted by it at any point so by those standards, it did its purpose. And the sound mixing is very nicely, effectively handled and makes use of a cinema’s 7.1 sound system just as well as it should do. Nothing more than that but nothing less neither, so that does its purpose well enough too!

All in all, Warm Bodies is an interesting beast, indeed! The acting for the most part stands itself up very, very well, particularly Nicolas Hoult’s spectacular performance as R, the story of the film was handled considerably well and was always incredibly interesting in part due to how satisfyingly unconventional the set-up was in the first place and the film’s sense of humour is VERY funny at its funniest and really adds to how enjoyable the film is as a whole. Sure, the funnier parts of this film aren’t as gag-upon-gag-upon-gag as the trailers might suggest in their tone but when the film is at its funniest, it really doesn’t disappoint. With that in mind, even for a film that’s 97 minutes long (or just 90 minutes, considering the credits go on for 7 minutes), it does have a habit of dragging later on in the film and while a lot of the characters in this film are enjoyable, some who have a big-ish role are in need of some more dimensionality but other than that, Warm Bodies is still an enjoyable rom-com that’s still fun in its own massively unconventional way and thus, not an out-and-out disappointment by any stretch. I felt glad that I went to see this for what the film offered with its humour and its fascinating new take on the zombie mythos and if films like this are right up your alley, I won’t stop you from wanting to check it out. I give this 3 stars, BUT its 3 starts on the more positive end of the spectrum (near 4 stars, in other words), so there we have it. :D

TL;DR version: Warm Bodies was a very nice film with a very fun set-up, absolutely terrific acting, a great sense of humour and offers something new to both the way people are supposed to look at zombies and on what you can do differently and interesting with a genre as tired as the romantic-comedy genre. Sure, it starts to become baggy later down the line. Sure, John Malkovich’s character is as one-dimensional as they come. But in the long haul, its not a bad film for what it is. In fact, hey! It’s S'alt-right (3 stars)!

★★★ - S'alt-right

 NEXT TIME: Well now, this is going to be a bit of a strange choice as this came out WAY back in November but you know what? Some cinemas are reissuing it in the UK just for one night as part of a "awards season fever” series of films that highlight the most notable of award-nominated films from the awards season that has just passed us and reissues them to select audiences so they can have a chance to experience these films on the big screen and in that respect, our next review will focus on Silver Linings Playbook, with Bradley Cooper and the 2013 Oscar winner for Best Actress, Jennifer Lawrence. See you next week! 

- Eric Boot. 

- “Warm Bodies” is out in both US and UK cinemas now. For other countries and their release dates, look up “Warm Bodies” on IMDB and check the “Release Dates” section for further details. -




Alright, let’s focus on the trailers that previewed before Warm Bodies now, let’s go!

You also can watch all these trailers in order and automatically via a YouTube playlist, that you can click on right here. Enjoy!

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Oh god, okay…first of all, eOne are starting to own the rights to EVERY non-major film in the UK that’s getting cinema releases, right? Gosh, I remember when the only thing they did in the UK that was notable in any way was the fact they were distributing the first Twilight and then the whole series…but now, they’re starting to distribute so much. Its almost overwhelming, but no matter, I better talk about how this film looks, shouldn’t I? Okay then, here are my honest feelings on this trailer and how this film looks…dull and tedious. Yep, both of those things. It seems that the people who made this film aren’t just adamant about it being so popular that it would spur them on to make a franchise of it, but EXTREMELY sure that it will be so popular that they’ll be making easy money, spurring young audiences to another Harry Potter-wannabe because of the popularity of franchises like this and the successes of the Harry Potter series and similar in reeling in audiences and making the people behind the production of these things so ridiculously rich its unfathomable. And I’m sorry and I know I’ve not read the “Mortal Instruments” book series so obviously this is all new to me but…judging this on the standpoint of this being a FILM, it just looks uninspired. Not massively terrible, but very annoyingly familiar. It seems like your standard, magical viewer (or reader)-insertion “I’m special, what are these powers” story with ooky-dooky-creepy-spooky gothic themes for the Hot Topic crowd and a secret society vibe in an attempt to make it seem excitingly possible and…this trailer really didn’t sell me the idea well. Not only did I find this boring, but I found it frustrating. Not only because of the really duff-sounding story which doesn’t even seem all that original to begin with, but the little things tick me off too. Every other “O” on the text that appears on screen turning into the franchise’s “o with two horns” logo (like as if they’re going “Hey, you’re gonna remember THIS emblem from now on!”) and even the very last frame of the trailer, encouraging people to read the first book and “join the phenomenon”. Yeah, I know a lot of bookish types who like literature like this and none of them have ever spoken about this, I only just knew about this series through this trailer…yeah, because the filmmakers already know we’re in for a “phenomenon”. How achingly cynical. Hmmpf…well, hey! Want me to check this film out when it hits cinemas this summer? Then go up to the “REQUEST MOVIES” section on top of this page, click onto it and, well…REQUEST IT!

Safe Haven

First of all, if you’re viewing these trailers via the playlist link, sorry that this one looks AWFUL where video quality’s concerned. Blame Momentum Pictures for this, that was posted through their account and this is the only upload of the UK trailer I can find…blergh. Also, the Twitter hashtag on the side doesn’t feature when I saw the trailer. Neither does the patronising plee to share a different Twitter hashtag after the trailer’s finished. Oh well, so how does this one look? Well…I can tell you this, it doesn’t irritate me as much as the trailer for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones does, that’s for sure! Though I can say this, I can only say so much because I’m sure this trailer is for a film that I’m not usually the type to go and seek out willingly but for what its worth, it looks okay. It doesn’t look incredible but it doesn’t look awful neither, it frankly just looks run-of-the-mill. But I’m sure others will find that this look interesting to them and I won’t knock those people if they do. This just is what it is. Want me to see this when it comes out in the UK? RrrrrrrEQUEST IT! Wait, hold on…Momentum Pictures are now part of…eOne? Dang it, I was right. They’re taking over! But anyhoo…

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

BEHOLD. The bloodiest trailer I’ve seen in a cinema so far, in front of a 12A-rated film! What kind of madness IS THIS? Still, didn’t really bother me much for once, just surprised me. Still, this looks…hmmm, how do I describe this? I’m not going to be a snob here because I’m sure its the sort of film that’s supposed to be campy and B-movie-ish and it has this really big, ironic swagger to it so…its quite hard for me to talk about this, really. I don’t have much of a desire to specifically, willingly seek this one out but it doesn’t look out-and-out awful neither. And it CERTAINLY doesn’t look bland one bit, but it also looks a bit like shameless junk food in film form at the same time. Hard to really have a concrete opinion on this, so I’ll just say that…well…you know that the title of this film describes exactly what this film will have? Well, there we go. And its rated 15 (which is an R in the US), so that’s that! Want me to seek this out for the film blog? REQUEST AWAY!


I’ve seen a trailer for this before but I feel like I didn’t actually see that trailer before until I saw it in an actual cinema, like I have here…and what I’ll write over this will probably be a little brief but…I was quite stunned by it, to put it simply. Stoker is from the director of Oldboy (a film now regarded as a modern classic in the field of world cinema, let alone Korean cinema) and this is his English-language film debut and it looks very appropriately creepy and intense, not to mention REALLY solidly and stylishly handled. This film has been given an 18 certificate (the UK equivalent of either a strong R rating or an NC-17), which is a very strong indication on how visceral and violent the film is going to be but all I know right now is that the trailer for “Stoker” is very tense and effective already and if this 12A-rated trailer only shows just a tiny hint on what lies beneath, then I’m sure the film’s 18 certificate would not be too out-of-line at all…but we’ll see. Want me to see and review this for the blog? REQUEST-A-RONEY!

Jack the Giant Slayer

Alright, so this is yet ANOTHER “fairytale-gone-badarse” movie and its very clear about that from the offset. The slogan of the film is word-by-word “If You Think You Know the Story, YOU DON’T KNOW JACK!” and…yeah, that tells you just right about the mood this film is aiming to go for. And it looks…eh. There were a couple of people in the cinema when I saw Warm Bodies who laughed at this trailer at the beginning with a “Fe Fi Fo Fum” speech echoing over the CG/landscape-based visuals but still, yeah…it looks okay. Nothing too awful but…nothing I’d say was really that good anyway. It looks a bit on the cheesy side, but this IS a film targeted to be a Summer blockbuster later this year so that’s proberbly why it decided to let itself be so cheesy. Or perhaps this is the fault of the marketing towards this film itself! Perhaps it’ll be better than the trailers and marketing department behind this film are suggesting…after all, Legendary Pictures are an interesting enough studio and this film is being directed by X-Men and X-Men 2 director Bryan Singer so…who knows! Perhaps it’ll turn out alright, we shall see. Oh and Nicholas Hoult’s in this one too…perhaps we’re going to see way, WAY more of this guy more and more from here on in. Not that that’s a bad thing, after how he was in Warm Bodies. SO, want me to see this and review it? Go ahead and REQUEST AWAY!


And that concludes “Trailer Talk” for Warm Bodies and for this entry altogether. Request movies for me to see in the cinema (reviews each weekend, unless stated differently for that week) through the “REQUEST MOVIES!” page. Feel free to huuuurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr let me know what you think and critique me on how I’m reviewing films like this through if you’d like, your help can make future reviews even better. Thank you, that’s all folks!