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People Are Cursing on Twitter Because of How Good Dead Kids Is

The hype is not only because it’s a Filipino film on Netflix, but because it’s a really good film.
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When Dead Kids premiered on Netflix on December 1, those who watched it were so impressed, they took to Twitter to express their vigorous, expletive-laden support for the film, because apparently, it’s just that good.

Here are some of them.

1| This overemphasis.

2| Now!

3| This public service announcement.

4| Shutting up.

5| We quite agree with this one.

6| We loved all the references.

7| Stan him harder!

8| Totally agree that every frame counts.

9| It’s a very compelling piece.

10| We feel you. 

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11| This is the third time we are rewatching it. 

12| Another one!

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13| It's so beautiful this guy had a heart attack. 

14| You don't have to beg. 

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15| Might have cried at some scenes, too...

16| Through the roof in this one. 

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17| Calm down!  

18| Here’s to sum it all up.

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