Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh
chris_walsh

I find odd ways to be silly.

In my first spate of film reviews for the Hermiston Herald, the reviews I was doing Fall 1997, I briefly included quick descriptions of why a film was rated what it was rated. I couldn't do it straight, though. My description for the movie Seven Years In Tibet was
rated PG-13 for blood, devastation, death, war, and horror
which was A) true, B) a Monty Python reference, and C) a sign that I wasn't taking that seriously, so I should stop it...
Tags: film reviews, language
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