"Irony was one of my favourite lenses through which to view the world. 'Josie and the Pussycats' smashed that lens, and ground the broken pieces into my eye."
I can't quite explain what was so wrong with this film (nor do I have time. Got to go to see Laurie Anderson in London in five minutes.) though it was undoubtably something to do with my somewhat depressed mood last night. Normally, though, I forget my mood while watching a film... I can't believe that it took three of things I hold dearest: irony, music and attractive women, and combined them to such traumatic effect. I left the cinema feeling like I'd grown up. It remains to be seen whether this fear is justified. I kept hearing 'Devil In Sports Casual' by Midfield General playing in my head instead of the 'Blink 182 but with chicks' film soundtrack. "You make the music go back, you hear Satan speaking."
Everyone else liked it, though.
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