It wasn't until 2011's "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" that a solution was finally found: gypsies.
Yes, that's right - gypsies.
I wonder who will be the first in the "Harold and Kumar" franchise to bite the dust before they stop churning out lamentable carbon copies of gags that were vaguely amusing the first time and indescribably torturous after the 93rd re-telling.
The main character's bout with cancer throughout "50/50" was nothing compared to the mental anguish I was forced to deal with as the 'plot' of this misguided medical morass unfolded before me.
Another half-baked helping of the worst kind of scientific clap-trap.
As for the movie itself – well, there’s nothing new here.
Mr. Cranky Rating Scale
|Will require therapy after viewing|
|As good as a poke in the eye with a sharp stick|
|So godawful that it ruptured the very fabric of space and time with the sheer overpowering force of its mediocrity.|
|Proof that Jesus died in vain.|
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