Here’s my review of Harrison Bergeron for MovieRob’s latest Genre Grandeur of dystopian films. Thanks, Rob!
For this month’s next review for Genre Grandeur – Dystopian Movies, here’s a review of Harrison Bergeron (1995) by S.G. Liput of Rhyme and Reason
Thanks again to James of Back to the Viewer for choosing this month’s genre.
Next month’s Genre has been chosen by S.G. Liput of Rhyme and Reason. We will be reviewing our favorite fantasy/sci-fi animated movies (non-Disney or Pixar) . Please get me your submissions by 25th May by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org Try to think out of the box! Great choice S.G.!
Let’s see what S.G. thought of this movie:
Harrison Bergeron lives in the future,
Where everyone’s forced to be equal and fair.
Those cursed with talent must quench it and wear
A handicap band that will help to impair.
Harrison Bergeron’s blamed as a genius
And wishes that he could be average as well,
Until he discovers that…
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