“Did you know that my wife dressed me as a liberal?”

Posted: March 16, 2012 in movie
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“Carnage” is an overlooked movie with four well-known stars Jodie Foster, John Reilly, Kate Winslet and Christoph Waltz. Based on a French play called “God of Carnage,” this movie is about two couples whose lives are intertwined because of a fight between their sons. In the background of the opening credits, you will see a boy hits another boy with a stick.

This movie is somewhere between civilize politeness and a release of insanity. The lesson learned in “Carnage” is how parents can act proper and welcoming, but that doesn’t mean they never act childish. This movie is entirely conversational dialogue but holds entertaining value through clever word choices.

As the movie goes on, slowly the characters begin to uncensored their feelings and thoughts. Although I do not have children, I know that parenting is complex. After watching “Carnage,”  I know this for a fact. This movie intellectual quotes and urban features. This movie is not on Netflix or Vudu yet.  I found this movie at my local video store.

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