H2O #145: In Which We Conclude Our Fisking of The NEW YORKER’s Mr. Brody

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Last week, we began our response to Richard Brody’s review of Rogue One in The New Yorker.

This week, we conclude our conversation and analysis of Mr. Brody’s review, and we also bring into play other negative reviews of Rogue One. Only those negative reviews focus on specific mechanics and technical aspects of the film. And they don’t include massively long run-on sentences that, when examined with a cursory glance, only serve to belabor an obscure point and leave the reader confused because, as with so many run-on sentences, it’s a stream of consciousness sentence that meanders and wanders and circles around the point, stalking it like a mutated turtle stalks pizza.

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