I just got thru watching the remake of Total Recall, which I knew was wasted time. I wasn't surprised to see good guys blowing away bad guys, with one or two good guys going down every now and then.
What surprised me was how random people, whether it was in a workplace, shopping center, or street, were just being blown away.
One scene showed the good guys on an elevator crowded with people. When the doors opened, a hale of gunfire mowed everyone down (like 15 to 20?), except, of course, the good guys who ducked.
I remember westerns when only a few guys deserving of it got killed.
So what's next? When the opening scene of a movie shows a gunman lining up kindergartners, shooting them all execution style, or someone walking onto a school bus and all u see is an outside shot, but by the blood splatter on the windows, you know it's carnage on the inside, will you be ok with that, for the sake of freedom of speech? Would this scenario make u walk out of this movie?
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