WHAT FUCKING DOUCHE BAD TOOLS.
It is being heavily tipped for Oscars glory next month after taking the Golden Globes by storm and racking up 12 Bafta nominations, but it seems not everyone has found themselves wowed by the nostalgic charms of The Artist, French film-maker Michel Hazanavicius’s much-hyped hymn to Hollywood’s golden era. A cinema in Liverpool has been forced to offer refunds after filmgoers complained that they had not realised the movie was silent and in black and white.
A spokesperson for Odeon Liverpool One confirmed to the Daily Telegraph that the first award-winning silent film in more than 90 years had not been to everybody’s taste. There were also suggestions that cinemagoers felt short-changed by the movie’s reduced screen size, intended as a tribute to the look of silent films from the early part of the 20th century.
“Odeon Liverpool One can confirm it has issued a small number of refunds to guests who were unaware that The Artist was a silent film,” said the spokesperson. “The cinema is happy to offer guests a refund on their film choice if they raise concern with a member of staff within 10 minutes of the film starting.”
These straight British lads have been so conditioned to use the word “gay” as a substitute for “lame” or “stupid” they don’t even understand when one of their best friends tries to come out to them.
“That’s So Gay” is a short clip made by staff and students from the University of Liverpool which was based on an original idea from the staff LGBT Network.