Once again my research tour of Bangkok’s go-go ladyboy bars The beautiful temples of Thailand are interrupted by an urgent call home, back to our church. Why? Because once again everyone has been sinning! Look at them all, positively dripping in sin! And once again it is up to me, the Reverend Reverend, to open the confession booth at Last Movie Outpost to cleanse their tainted souls.

I felt a disturbance in my pants that can only mean one thing. The goddess Gal Gadot has smelled your sin and is once again hungry and must be satiated. She awaits you in the privacy of the confession booth, preparing to judge you.

Today’s judgment will be issued on your ruin. Where you reach the limits of your tolerance and can no longer continue. Where a line is drawn and then crossed. Your patience tested to the limit. A point where you can no longer be silent:

What is the point that totally ruins a movie for you and what movie?

Is it when Superman rebuilds the Great Wall of China with his eyes on Superman IV: The Quest for Peace? When is a shark shown following the Brody family on their plane from Amity to the Bahamas? Was it a “Your mom!” joke in space on The last jedi? At what point do your claims to cling to a certain movie explode in an outburst that you can no longer contain where you declare:

“Oh, come on!”

As always, let the one with no sin and a large baht credit card bill from Madam Sin’s in Nana Plaza cast the first stone. Look, hush. We all have our sins. And so I will first unload my soul. What No time to die It keeps proving that there is still life at the box office, I think of the last incarnation of James Bond and his last outing, Die another day.

I remember I was really enjoying it. Sort of like a fond appeal to Bond’s past adventures as part of the anniversary celebrations. A promising start with captured Bond being interrogated. His escape and trip to Cuba. The tone was good. And then … virtual reality happened.

After this, there was an invisible car, a space laser, and a kite surfer drifting away from bad CGI, but the damage was done. It was an “uh-oh” moment where the entire movie turned upside down and went from the best Sean Connery to the worst Roger Moore in one move. I understand why they did it, but this was the moment.

So what was yours and in which movie? We are ready for you and the confession booth is open. You must confess. TO CONFESS!


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