Those Who Mind Don't Matter

One of the most painful things in life is watching YouTube gamers fail to get better at video games they’ve played a hundred times. There is a literal regression in their skills over time. So. Damn. Frustrating. That you’re paid $100,000 a year to suck this hard. Good lord.

Annie Hall (1977)


Damn it. I wanted to dislike this. But it was too well written and delivered  too many accurate reflective statements about people in general. Not to mention it was self-aware enough not to turn into something else. But boy is it ever a symbol of its own message. These characters are extremely unlikable. You would never want to have them around as friends. In fact, the film is painful to get through at times (for all the right reasons) but to its credit, beautifully executed throughout.

This movie was more depressing than The Road. I might go back and change my rating. All I know is that it’s 2am and I’m tired right now.

Unfortunate quote of the film goes to:

"He’s a politician, you know the ethics those guys have, it’s like one notch under child molester!"


You see this is why we can’t have nice things


Drive (2011).

You built these machines to destroy us. Why? Because you are afraid of our gifts. Because we are different. And humanity has always feared that which is different.

I, Robot (2004)

I, Robot (2004)


"Long time."