Literary Theory (Terry Eagleton)
The whole history of literary theory has led inexorably to the literary theory of Terry Eagleton. –Terry Eagleton, convincingly
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Hunter Thompson)
Mustn’t slow down or the Seventies will catch you.
Seinfeld (Larry David et al.)
Apparently in the 80s and 90s everyone was inexplicably wealthy and Jewish and everyone was terrible, and the reason your idiot friends hate the final episode isn’t so much that it isn’t funny as that it was the first moment when David et al. refused to cut away from the severed heads and gouts of blood.
Logan (James Mangold et al.)
A perfectly fine latter-day Western is accidentally marketed as a superhero film; hijinks ensue.
Only in our era of absolute myopic cowardice could this intermittently funny movie for scared 20something boys be called ‘risky’ or ‘adult.’
Sidenote re: Deadpool
The joke about International Women’s Day (pegging) was, in my mind, the moment it went from ‘forgettable’ to ‘contemptible’; YMMV.