Your threshold of boredom better than mine as you got further than me I lasted about 10 minutes. I had an inkling if this was more of the same Id be bored stiff I looked at some review on IMDB and my suspicions where right no basic plot just snippets out of someone's life.I couldn’t watch this, turned it off after 20 minutes. Personally, I found it quite boring.
My son works with DHL they pay minimum wage. His transport to work failed him earlier this week so they dock him a days pay- fair enough. I asked him how much he would lose for that, £54 was the reply. I was shocked at how low it is.I feel like I just watched a very clever bit of proganda glorifying the gig economy, making the nomadic lonely reality with the mental health challenges it creates as some sort of choice rather than enforced reality. Referring to the Amazon stints at minimum wage as the times of plenty made my blood boil, or suggesting that people had easy choices through family/friends to escape the viscious circle they are trapped in that they reject out of some sort of stubbornness.
But maybe it's just me
It's the title of the new Terrence Malick film (probably) and will be available only through a brand new streaming service devoted only to Terrence Malick movies (possibly) that will only be available in the US (almost certainly).What platform can I see that on, Tom, sounds great?
Finally. Clearly another Malick fan.It's the title of the new Terrence Malick film (probably) and will be available only through a brand new streaming service devoted only to Terrence Malick movies (possibly) that will only be available in the US (almost certainly).
Not directed at you or anyone on this thread, I was generalising what you get with a lot of worthy films. I was probably wrong to write that, so apologies but the film did annoy meI mean, literally no one has said that so I don't know why you would feel this way.