Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Your Sister's Sister - L. Shelton 2011

I think Emily Blunt can do everything! Admittedly, she hasn't yet tackled any typically award-winning roles (no handicaps, no deadly diseases; only reasonable amounts of make-up) but she does have the courage and intelligence to be open-minded in her choice of films.

Here, she is one of three shut up in a forest cabin for the weekend, talking. 
Talking and talking! And talking. In point of fact, they talk so much this film becomes the exact opposite to the action films my lawfully wedded husband so inexplicably favours and which I dislike precisely because of the scarcity of their dialogue.
Too much talk here, and not enough of anything else. Had never even realized that could be a drawback in a film, actually.


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