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A Critical Matter: A Penny for Your Pithy Thoughts
Online movie reviewer Frank Ochieng takes a look at past critical feedback pertaining to his film critiques of yesteryear through some e-mail "spring cleaning".
This time of year folks dutifully are committed to doing some much needed spring cleaning to shake the winter rust off as well as prepare for the summertime sunshine. There are many kinds of spring cleaning techniques that are applied such as clearing out over-stuffed closets, straightening cluttered garages or scrubbing down the dank basement. For me, my particular spring cleaning involves revisiting old archives of reader feedback from yesteryear regarding past film reviews that I had previously authored.
In reminiscing about movie critiques throughout the years I had forgotten how passionate, possessive, accusatory, reactionary and complimentary film fans can get when pointing their frustrating and/or favorable output toward their local, unarmed online movie reviewer. I realize that reviewing movies means inevitable scrutiny from those moviemakers and moviegoers that may not be too enthusiastic by my critical assessment. What the chained guard dog waiting in the yard is ominously to the mailman is what fussy film fanatics are to the movie critic delivering his/her cinematic analysis. Hey, it is an occupational hazard but it does come with the territory, right?
Thus, I decided to air out my e-mail mailbox for spring cleaning purposes and nostalgically recall some of the incoherent (and on occasion rational) comments directed to yours truly from a movie-oriented mob out for blood. So let us browse through some of the yesterday's big screen quips, shall we?
Let's be "Frank" about him, okay?
C. Angle writes: "Frank Ochieng has no sense of humor at all, period. Obviously, Frank, you were one of those losers in high school and college and missed out on learning what funny really is (either that, or you're 45 and think you're too good to laugh at a movie like this). You missed the ENTIRE point of this movie. If you go into this moving (sic) REALIZING that yes, of course it will be a lot like all the other slapstick comedies (look dude, there's nothing new under the sun). What's funny is the different people, different stunts, and different spins on it. All I know is it's freakin hilarious and if you're cool and have a really fun sense of humor you're going to love this movie. Take my word for it, Frank sucks."
Dr. Deathmaker writes: "Ochieng, don't you realize that all film critics must die a horrible death? May you rest in peace you overly judgmental movie misfit!"
Kalah writes: "mmmk w/e I think you hate everything soo what the hell"
Walter R. Dorfner writes: "you should be able to review a movie in two paragraphs"
Sally McMixter writes: "Mr. Ochieng, I find you very disagreeable when it comes to the movies. I cannot deny that you are a creative writer and know your stuff about contemporary cinema. However, I still find you boorish, pompous, judgmental, reactionary, flippant and egotistical! It's a shame that young people are exposed to your kind of celluloid self-promotion. Leave the movie reviewing racket to someone who really appreciates the art of filmmaking."
Kalah writes: "I am even surprised that you actually like movies and half of the ones you listed are gay films so you must be gay……not surprising"
Tom Wahl writes: "Hi, I enjoyed your review, but wanted to point out that Okinawa is a prefecture of Japan, not China. We just spend 4 wonderful years there courtesy of the US air force. Keep up the good reviews. Cheers, Tom Wahl."
Zulu from New Zealand writes: (The following is a movie quote from Frank Ochieng's film review of FINDING NEMO): "It's thrilling to know that spry and meticulously made family CG films are becoming more imaginative and innovative in the production value department. More important, Finding Nemo has an intriguing story to tell that's every bit as heartbreaking as it is hearty. This is truly one delightful deep-sea display worth blindly diving into hastily without worrying about the rocky surface below."
Zulu then mentions: "A little from the review from twj movies. Frank Ochieng is my hero!"
Jessica Nicolle Donohue writes: "I often read your reviews at Movie Eye, and while we don't always agree, I always find your thoughts well-articulated, intelligent, and inspirational. In fact, I prefer your writing-style and opinions to those of many of well-established movie critics in the nation's largest newspapers and magazines. Unfortunately, I am a student and a free-lance reporter, and so I have little time to frequently respond to reviews or to establish dialogue via the internet with others who share my delight in film. I do, however, deeply appreciate your kind words. I look forward to reading more of your reviews in the near future. Take care. Best regards, Jessica Donohue"
…and now for some Movie Mentionables from yesteryear…
COMMENTS TO FRANK ABOUT HIS REVIEW ON SNOW DOGS:
Jennifer Collins writes: "This review is pretty bad. I saw this movie and loved it. Any dog lover would appreciate this movie. I found the movie to be very funny and plan on buying it on DVD when it comes out. Disney movies are for the family. Does Frank have young children or dogs for that matter? Maybe if he lightened up and stopped taking life so serious he would have enjoyed this movie."
COMMENTS TO FRANK ABOUT HIS REVIEW ON JOHN Q:
Mirza Omeragic writes: "Frank Ochieng's review of John Q has really disappointed me. He probably didn't even watch the movie closely. This movie is full of drama and what one father would do for his son. I am neither for or against the HMO but this movie brings some reality to the whole notion of HMO and what money does. Remember when John walked in on a conversation with Dr. Turner and a patient of his? Mr. Ochieng needs to watch this movie again and again to get the whole picture. Mike O from Chicago, IL"
COMMENTS TO FRANK ABOUT HIS REVIEW ON JACKASS: THE MOVIE:
Sharon Nicole Meininger writes: "Jackass was one of the funniest films I have seen all year. I think you review was too critical. First off their stunts are real and very painful, also maybe if you weren't a little girl then maybe your stomach could handle movies such as Jackass!!!!"
COMMENTS TO FRANK ABOUT HIS REVIEW ON FROM JUSTIN TO KELLY:
Leslie Rose writes: "I found the movie to be sweet, clean, and fun. I thought the music was engaging. The dance numbers energetic and the payoff for true fans was worth it. It's a shame that Frank is so cynical. It's a disservice to readers to have someone who hates the show review the movie. He went in with strong preconceived ideas".
Dainty Brown writes: "Frank is doing his job Leslie, he is a good critic. It was even obvious from the trailer that the movie sucked. Frank is not sugar-coating the blatant deficiencies of this 'film'. As a matter of fact, I don't think Frank is doing a disservice, rather, he is doing Justin and Kelly a favor. They should take his advice, stick to music and leave showbiz the hell alone! Also, Frank is saving unsuspecting persons like myself (if only I had listened), from the torture and torment we would receive from watching From Justin to Kelly. Thanks Frank"
COMMENTS TO FRANK ABOUT HIS REVIEW ON DUMB AND DUMBER: WHEN HARRY MET LLOYD:
Maureen Yelwoh writes: "This film was ridiculous. Even more retarded than the 1st one. I mean the 1st one was okay, but this one---just stupid. I couldn't wait to get out of the movie theater. According to my friend, it's a waste of time, money, and brain cells. Good grading Frank Ochieng!"
COMMENTS TO FRANK ABOUT HIS FILM REVIEW FOR THE BANGER SISTERS:
Valerie Carson writes: "Dear Mr. Ochieng…I think your review needs to be reviewed. The content is overwhelming and reads entirely too much into this movie. Perhaps, you cannot identify with the theme of this movie. I believe it's to be taken lightly. I believe many women think back to their younger years and wouldn't mind reliving a few experiences with their girlfriends. It's not just about groupies. The beginning of the movie says it all. Goldie Hawn's Suzette character is unhappy with her current lifestyle. While standing at the bar in a nightclub she watches skinny young girls dancing in front of a rock band. This makes her remember what it used to be like when she was younger. The same occurs for Susan Serandon's, Levinia character. Levinia says, "I'm so busy pruning the plum trees…that I have lost me." Many women feel that their lives as working women and/or housewives are so busy that there is little down time for themselves. Your comment, "So the running gag of the film is realized thanks to the obviousness of the movie's premise that asks the audience to contemplate the following: are we slaves to our simplistic past where taking raucous chances is the real learning experience or are we handcuffed by our present day cynicism where there's a tendency to sellout in the unctuous world of corporate selfishness?" is unbelievable! What are you talking about? If you understood women at all you would know that they enjoy change and there's nothing wrong with occasionally taking a risk to get out of a boring rut. Aside from that, I do not understand how can you be so disrespectful of such talented actresses. My final comment to you is try not to take life so seriously. You only have one chance as far as we know to enjoy it. In my opinion, Suzette and Vinnie are just part of the spices of life. They are fun characters! They made me want to join them in their blast from the past!"
COMMENTS TO FRANK ABOUT HIS FILM REVIEW FOR QUEEN OF THE DAMNED:
Greg Kafka writes: "I thought your review sucked All you did was write about the bad things of the movie and how they were exploiting Allyiah which is not true. The movie was a great movie you just don't understand it."