Friggin' excellent. If you're looking for a kewl movie that has action, suspense, with socio-political comment it's the film for you. It's an eye opener that's for sure, especially how it reveals the slippery slope where voting according to fears instead of what is just can lead.
There's this line 'a revolution without dance ... is no revolution.' I laughed heartily and realised I was the only one. I kind of went 'HAHAHAHAH ... oops (sotto) sorry'. Alas for me, I managed to spark the wife off with a giggle fit.
I hate being the only one laughing. It makes me sound retarded.
Like when I was at uni watching Full Metal Jacket. I thought the bullying PTI played by R Lee Ermery was just piss funny and I laughed and laughed and laughed - with my arms over the back of the chairs next to me just like a sans cigar Robert Deniro in Cape Fear.
Left: Does this man know how to party or what?
Then I looked around and saw all the other students looking at me with an expression of concerned horror.
I'm sure if they could have shifted seats away they would have done.
What about you out there in cyber land? Ever cracked up at something then realised painfully no one else thought it was funny? I once laughed at a man with muscular dystrophy. How bad is that? And no, it wasn't Steady Eddy.