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The Good, the Bad and the Multiplex by Mark Kermode
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Nov 23, 11

Read on November 01, 2011

Really enjoyable if you're a fan. Not that I'm complaining but it's very ranty. Starts off with a very frustrating experience in a modern multiplex and the having to deal with a useless lethargic teenager. Something we can all relate to but also struck me as a rant anyone could have written. Similarly, even you listen to the show, you probably don't want to hear the Sex in the City rant, and the 3D rant AGAIN! Almost felt like his publisher suggested he take every rant from the show in the last year and turn it into a book. But there's a lot more to it than that. And a lot more industry incites into areas that haven't come up in the show. So I still really enjoyed it despite the mentioned qualms.

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