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Weber’s “Final Cut Call: Kick-Ass 2” Is Too One-Dimensional for Comfort

In response to Erick Weber’s 265‑word review of Kick-Ass 2 on NECN 

http://www.necn.com/08/15/13/Final-Cut-Call-Kick-Ass-2/landing_finalcut.html?blockID=849639&feedID=10872

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Imagine a world where movies are only three scenes long and reviewers try to pass off spoilers and never-ending tangents as acceptable reviews. Readers who dream for this fantasy world will have to wait no longer thanks to Erick Weber‘s “Final Cut Call: Kick-Ass 2. “ Weber has somehow managed to base the majority of his review on a one-scene rant-tangent.

This grossly one-dimensional heap of words is an embarrassment to read. One can only imagine how it must have felt to write. This bizarre ride will treat readers to a land of confusion, bewilderment and the feeling of utter uselessness. Weber completely disregards his audience‘s right to keep pivotal scenes under wraps in fantastic form.

Out of its 265 words, Weber does gift the readers with a 27 word break. That‘s right! He decides to throw in a completely out of place thought, in extreme contrast to everything he has just stated, without a word of warning. And just in case readers forgot, he follows it up directly with more of his one-dimensional mess of words.

There is a scoring system that can be found on the right side of the page, just under Weber‘s short bio and picture. There is far more creativity put into this section than the entirety of the review. And that, dear readers, is not a tall tale.    

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