What's the PC way of saying" this movie was crap?

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No easy way but this was a crap-o-rama. Possibly because Nolan didn't write the script.

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Mmm I heard from a friend about that subjectivity thing and everyone having an opinion... but you're still wrong.

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I actually liked Insomnia. It could have been a little better if Nolan had written it but I still liked it, and it's one of my favorites of all time

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It sits around the middle of Nolan's filmography for me. Very good film that's a little underappreciated. It seems like the Nolan film where the most care was put into crafting the visuals and atmosphere. I think that's one benefit of the the relatively straightforward plotting. Pacino's performance was also pretty excellent.

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i thought insomnia was a amazing. 9/10 for me.

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My least favorite of his films. Beautifully shot, well directed, but horribly paced. I didn't need it to be so mundane to get across how exhausted Pacino was. It has some wonderful character moments, and some great acting... but overall, it was a downer, and not because it was dark. I get so bored watching it I fall asleep.

I just got the Blu-ray the other day and watched it today for the first time in a long time, and this movie did not hold up very well. I can't call it crap, but it could have been so much better.

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I thought Robin Williams was amazing as well.

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mauro1970mvr wrote:No easy way but this was a crap-o-rama. Possibly because Nolan didn't write the script.
Just because you didn't like the film doesn't mean it's crap. I don't like Star Wars but that doesn't make the film crap.

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This thread is all wrong... the cinematography was top notch... those establishing shots, and those extreme close ups in the opening, not to mention the fog scene.

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It is a great movie you know...

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