I actually quite liked that as it's annoyed lots of people who had 'expectations'
I expected to be entertained. I wasn't.
I expected to be intrigued. I wasn't.
I expected it to make sense. It didn't....etc, etc
Terrible things, these expectations we have on mainstream releases, eh?
The film had a job to do - it did it. That it was not the job some of the public expected doesn't really bother me.
Is this all it boils down to then - cinema as an instruction manual? And not even a cohesive one either.
Talk about easily pleased...