question of the day: What’s the worst example of cinematic bad taste you can think of?
I haven’t seen Confessions of a Shopaholic, which opened on Friday in North American theaters, but apparently it’s just as offensive as it looks:
Not only is it an unfunny movie shrilly told, it probably is the most ill-timed and appallingly insulting movie in recent memory.
How could any studio be so out of touch as to release a movie glorifying the compulsive shopping habits of an air-headed spendthrift during this dismal state in the global economy?
Rotten Tomatoes tends to agree.
Surely this can’t be the most offensive movie ever. What’s the worst example of cinematic bad taste you can think of?
I’m gonna leave this one to you as I attempt to do some other catching up today.
(If you have a suggestion for a QOTD, feel free to email me.)
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