Chojô nantenai n da, yes, happy bivouac
Critics say that most modern mainstream films are devoid of value, of meaning. But I disagree. There is so much that the cinema can teach us. And I'm no hoity toity film critic. I'm not talking about some ambiguous metaphor about the irony of being or whatever. I'm talking about real life lessons that have practical, day to day applications.
For example, if you're a cop who lacks ambition and drive, make sure you don't have a partner, or some guy is gonna come along and shoot him so you can get all motivated.