For those unaware, The Criterion Collection is essentially the film equivalent to Penguin Classics.
One company is capable of delivering forgettable, smile-inducing movies with mainstream appeal and the other is capable of creating remarkable stand-alone films and struggles to bring their characters together cohesively.
What I’m about to tell you is the most boring ghost story of all time. It’s boring because it’s true. Every word of it.
It has nothing to do with male/female relations. Nor does it have anything to do with unwanted sexual advances.
If you were a teenager in the early to mid 2000s then you already know that the main form of internet communication was AOL’s instant messaging service, AIM.
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