It didn't strike you as pretentious, or hollow, or so much nothing about nothing presented by non-entities? The dialogue didn't crawl about on your skin like some apologetic larva? The characterisation didn't make your own vomit feel queasy? You didn't cry blood, sweat bile or burst a single blood vessel?
At least you must have seen it for free, right? I mean no single human being could pay money to watch it, sit through it and enjoy the whole experience, right? You weren't just tortured beforehand and the only way you could stop being tortured would be if you saw the movie, were you?
But what do I know, I could only watch the first forty minutes before my own brain rebelled causing massive haemorrhages in itself forcing me into a coma for eight weeks.
Originally Posted by colmena
I thought it was a bit shit.
Originally Posted by TheBeatGoesOn
I hated this movie and I usually enjoy independent (but mainstream) dramas.
Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou
I could go on for days saying what I didn't like about this movie. But I'll just defer to Colmena's succinct review.
I did, however, enjoy Naomi Watts dressed as sexy Uncle Sam. BOY did I.
Originally Posted by heart
Originally Posted by rhinosaur
Did Wes Andersen direct that one? I like most of his stuff, but don't remember much of this particular movie.
I agree with much of the criticism, but loved the movie. I dunno... it was the right movie at the right time I guess. Just fit my mood and started me on some interesting thought processes. So maybe I didn't like the movie as much as my own thoughts while watching it. Same with Idiocracy (where I didn't accept the premise, found much of it stupid, but still loved watching it).
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