|Why You Don't Want Elisabeth Moss at the|
Acting Academy's Graduation
And was well written.
And told a great story.
And made you think.
And as far as I was concerned, the fact that Ms. Moss outshone her co-star in nearly every way was something I was more than happy to neglect and declare it as one of the best movies an all-American cast (let's face it - our best young faces these days are sexy imports from countries that don't raise their kids on the Disney channel) has released in years.
Usually, I'm simply happy that a movie made sense. That first check-mark is all I'm looking for these days. (Aren't you?)
But alas, I won't be watching another Moss movie. As a victim of severe child abuse, I am careful about placing my hard-earned dollar in the coffer of those who fund and protect all forms of it- like human trafficking, pedophilia, malnutrition, intense labor and any other kind of child slavery and neglect.