A note on the Fawlty Rating System (FRS)
*Initially thought about in 1934, it came to fruition only in the late 2000s.
*It is the only movie rating system in the universe to be based on a Buddhist scroll that was actually written by an Irish traveller who had been an assistant director in the movie “Birth of a nation”, the scroll was curiously titled “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari to make a Baahubali”
*The rating system is now named after than Irish Traveller, a small portions of proceeds from this review will go to a bhel puri vendor in an undisclosed street corner for secret reasons.
*All numbers and words are arbitrary, mostly imaginary. They do not mean anything
A note on the Fawlty Rating System Ends
-321.3 : Movie begins with hero voice over, introducing himself, family, house etc. (thus being the 1001th movie to do so).
+231 Movie referencing another movie plot so as to indicate that this is basically that movie, hence making it easy for audience to sit and eat popcorn
-56: Guys will go to temple to find girls
-102: Heroine’s mother believes going to temple increases culture quotient
-3: Hero will fully shave to look young
+4 Growth of beard indicates responsibility, making me wonder about another famous tagline “with a great moustache, comes great responsibility”
-7 Heroine is architect will build house for herself without hero’s parents
-56 The continuing problem of the loyal hero friend cliché, maybe perfect example of “supporting” role
-20 Understanding wife is absolutely understanding
-12 Understanding mother is absolutely understanding
-12 Understanding father is absolutely understanding, innocent also
-10 Hero’s father is so cool, because he treats him like friend cliché
-156.7 Cousin becomes film villain because hero went to temple without him to see figure/heroine number one
-203 This is entire driving point for the story, no really
-18.9 Hero comfortably named so as to mouth punch dialogue
+564 Rock behind hero’s house
-2 Overall Drama
-234.6666 Money is not everything, family is. OK.
That’s all, nothing more to say.