I like Jordan Peterson - he's intelligent, articulate and passionate about his beliefs - but I do think the noise around him now is too much. I agreed with the original point he made about drawing a line in the sand somewhere regarding free speech but he has now chosen to die on that hill and it's not a hill I would die on. People on both sides - both in favour of him and fervently against him - have missed the point and are jumping on the band wagon in both directions, muddying the waters. He, too, in defence of himself has, at times, gone too far and become a caricature of himself. The amount of money he is making with these pursuits are also making some people question his motives. I think Bernie Schiff summed it up best when he said that Peterson is polarising at a time when more polarisation is not what we need.
Sequels are a lot like sex; unless you recognise the characters from a previous encounter than it's probably going to end up being disappointing. We may all think that if we were ever given the chance to make sexy time with Kylie Jenner that'd it'd be amazing, but it probably wouldn't. Partly because you don't know how to best please one another, but mostly because she's almost certainly a selfish bitch. This is almost like two films in one; part one is the fumble around with someone you've never shagged before and the second part is the quick wank you find yourself having over pictures of your ex, which still, ultimately, leaves you feeling disappointed.
This has the feel of a movie made by some kids fresh out of film school. For that reason some may like it. And for that reason, sadly, I did not. It was turned off within 40 minutes.
This is another tale from the far off future where your friendly neighbourhood robot turns out to be anything but. We've all seen it a million times before and this does very little to stand out from the crowd. The only good thing is that it'll leave you wondering how far off genuinely attractive and realistic sex robots are. I mean for Christ's sake, we can't be that far off, can we? Just hurry the fuck along because I'm am all sorts of keen about getting me one of those badboys.
This is about how, if you're raised right, doing wrong, breaking the law and hurting people is not worth the anguish you will put yourself through, and how your morals will get you in the end even if the law doesn't. Unfortunately there's no easy way out of the grind and even if you can pull something off to make yourself a quick buck, you'll suffer in many other ways because of it.