We’re not sure what the right answer to this is, but if you’re one of the lucky people who got to watch the first film in the series of three that follows, it’s worth noting that the second film was, in a word, awful.
The story was the same as the first, except it was a very bad movie.
And it was made by a very mediocre Australian director.
The plot was the most interesting thing about this one: It’s about a young boy (Michael Keaton) who’s about to become the next big thing in cinema.
And then the boy’s mother (Julia Roberts) goes into a coma and becomes a zombie.
And the zombie becomes a boy, who’s an Australian boy.
The script is a mess.
And in its entirety, it makes no sense.
It’s almost as if, in the final days of the film, the writers decided to give up and move on to a completely different story, one that was entirely based on their own imagination.
They’ve never been able to make any sense of a film that’s not based on them, even though the result is the same.
There’s a certain kind of smugness to the script.
The film starts with a young man in his late teens, a man with no friends, no family, and no prospects of making it in the world of cinema.
He’s a kid who wants to be a movie star, but the only way to do that is to go to the cinema.
A few months later, he comes back from the theatre and sees his mother in a coma.
And as she’s in the hospital, she goes mad, and when she wakes up, she’s already a zombie, and the whole world’s watching.
There is no story here, no character development, no emotional impact, and, of course, nothing happens in between the first and second scenes.
It all feels like a long sequence of clips of Keaton staring into a mirror, then turning back to his mom, with a blank expression on his face.
It takes a long time to get going.
The opening credits of this movie, as seen by viewers, show a bunch of young people sitting around a table, with an adult standing at the other end of the table, making an effort to make a conversation.
It was as if someone had set up a little table in front of the camera, a table in which Keaton was sitting, and put him in front, with the audience sitting there, watching.
They had a table set up for him.
There was nothing else to do.
He was supposed to sit there, but he sat down and had no idea what was happening.
This is a movie about a boy who has to play a part in the creation of a new form of entertainment, a new way of life, and a new world.
But in order for this movie to work, it had to be about him.
In the first two films, he’s a good guy.
In The Boy Next Door, he was a guy who was the hero, and he was trying to protect his family from an evil government.
But now he’s gone.
In his first film, he did a great job of being a kid and a good man, and now he has nothing.
He doesn’t have any money, no friends.
His family doesn’t know where he is.
And he’s just starting to fall into the world that’s coming.
There are no more opportunities.
And so in this film, we are watching a man who has lost everything.
His girlfriend is dead.
His mother is dead, and his father is dead and his stepfather is dead as well.
This whole family is dead except for him, and this is where he finds his purpose.
In all of the films he’s made before, he had to learn how to deal with his mother’s death.
Now he’s alone.
He has to deal alone with his father’s death, which was the catalyst for the whole story.
He had to deal at all.
Now his mother is not there, and her body is not on the table.
And his father has just died.
And there is no more chance to live in this world.
So he has to be himself.
He is a good, decent man.
He thinks about how he should do this.
But he has no one to tell him what to do, no one in this house who will help him.
This film, from the first to the last, is about a man whose life is so utterly meaningless that he doesn’t even want to think about it.
It tells him that he has been abandoned by his family, by his friends, by society, by God, by the world.
And that, by some strange twist of fate, this is the only time in his life he will have the chance to become a hero.
This was the film that brought Keaton to the big time.
And now he is just being dumped by the people who made him into the hero