re: 45>40
Last Edit: Singapore/Fling 06:08 pm EST 12/07/19
Posted by: Singapore/Fling 06:07 pm EST 12/07/19
In reply to: re: 45>40 - KingSpeed 09:01 pm EST 12/06/19

What doesn't make sense is that you responded to someone who said they had seen both films and found "Mrs. Doubtfire" to be the better movie with the statement that you are five years older than they are and so remember when the film came out. At best, it's a bizarre non sequitur. At worst, it's the kind of statement that another poster who is known for spouting nonsense would offer in place of an actual engagement with the topic.

What does remembering when the film came out have to do with being able to compare the two films to each other? How does being five years older than someone else give you a deeper generational insight or cultural awareness to offer a deeper film analysis?It's a strange argument, even for this board.

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