“‘That’s two hours I’ll never get back,’ is a favourite thing for an angry person to say about a movie he hates. But the thing is, every two hours are two hours he’ll never get back.” It’s an interesting point, posited by screenwriter Charlie Kaufman. This demonstrates how we think of moviegoing as a transactional experience. When we buy a ticket, we expect a certain level enjoyment, or else. Or else what, exactly? Or else we’ll take to the figurative streets of Rotten Tomatoes and offer the world what it so desperately needs: another objective opinion on a subjective body of work.