I don’t know about you, but so many times when I’ve been reading movie reviews I’ve thought, “Hey, you know what could make this better? A critic who was more like an infomercial pitch man hired by a movie studio, with no life experience or identifiably human traits, but with boundless enthusiasm!” Folks, that’s why the day I discovered 11-year-old film critic “Lights, Camera, Jackson!” here was one of the most important moments of my life. Here he is (via TodaysBigThing) on NBC’s Early Show talking summer movies. On Inception:
“IT’S MINDBLOWING! It’s dreams within dreams within dreams! The movie isn’t really made for people my age, so I didn’t find it really appealing, or that much entertaining. It was visually stunning, but it was sooooo confusing!!”
Haha! He sounds just like me at 11! Except for the part where I yelled, “I wanna see the movie with the titties!” and threw a frog at the TV. Here’s what he had to say about Ramona and Beezus:
“It’s a new, family film, a good, light-hearted, g-rated family film, which I really like.”
“Hello, 911? Yeah, I don’t know who to talk to about this, but someone’s douche-bot seems to be malfunctioning. It looks like the gain is turned up too high. Uh huh. Yeah. And I think the light behind the eyes needs to be replaced.”
I want more like this!
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