I am very very disappointed in this movie. I was not expecting what I saw and neither will you.
I originally thought this was going to be a movie about actual anvils - the large blocks of steel that are dropped on coyotes from high distances.
This makes sense because coyotes are ruining our nation and killing our children, millions of children to be exact.
The only way to kill these coyotes is through anvils. A documentary on where to buy them and how to use them in the fight to save our children would not only have been the responsible thing to do, but the necessary thing to do.
Besides anvils are a cool thing to have, whether it’s in your car or in your home. I can’t tell you how many parties I’ve been to where my good buddies are like, “Dude, check out this new anvil I got.”
If I had my way, I could stare at an anvil all day.
But this movie is not about those awesome kinds of anvils I am talking about. Instead it is about some band named Anvil.
Making a movie about a band is stupid and unheard of in my book. If we wanted to see this band we would have seen them in concert not at the local Cineplex.
Music is played in concerts, not in movies. That is a fact.
And to make matters worse, the band never ever mentioned the danger coyotes pose to mankind. Anvil is shirking their responsibilities, but that does not mean you or I should.