‘The Journey’ Is There, But It’s Difficult To Look At It,’ Says Robertson

By Rory McRobotface

LOS ANGELES—In an emotional press conference held earlier this morning, Hollywood’s leading film critic, a man who has spent the past decade analyzing and critiquing the film’s production, spoke to reporters from the set of his favorite sci-fi film The Journey, describing the film as “there, but it’s not very good” as he watched a projection of the film’s screen show and screenwriter onscreen. “It’s a real struggle to watch the screen’s full presentation of the film, but I’ll have to keep looking at it for the rest of the show,” said the film critic, who proceeded to show reporters a slightly better version of the screen’s presentation of The Journey, which he claimed was “just fine” as the film’s "this is it” credits roll by. “It’s a pity, because I am a pretty good viewer and I think that even though there’s a whole movie, it’s still pretty good. It’s not bad, but really, it’s not that bad.” Robertson reportedly concluded the press conference by asking journalists whether anyone would be interested in watching the movie in its entirety.

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