Not entirely convinced that this isn't more mockumentary than documentary but the bizarre set-up and the "drama" that the actor playing Jesus in this strange production is going through loses it's entertaining value gradually as the film develops and while this is a decent look at a small community and their odd custom it sadly becomes a really dull one by film's end.
A heartening, emotionally tough watch while it's no doubting Rocky Braat's good intentions and the help he has provided a lot of these kids (the affection they have for him is obvious and lovely to see) I would have preferred a little less focus on him and more on the kids and people he has come across his selfless decision to dedicate himself to this. At time it does seem to celebrate him more than actually concentrate on the awareness issues at hand but it's still a fine tale that tugged at the heartstrings.
For some reason I'd ignored this for some time. Not sure why, it just seems to have flew under my radar. Thankfully I've rectified my mistake.
What an incredible amount of fun. Can't single out my favorite dialogue/moment as I would be here all day. Downey beginning getting his career back in order and three years before Iron Man is a great foil for the events around him. Showing the quick wit and humour that would be his trademark when…
Four years after In Bruges Martin McDonagh returns to deliver a truly bonkers farce filled with wonderful meta-humour carried excellently by maybe the best ensemble cast this year.
Hilarious dialogue that I've been quoting since i got out of the cinema, just as good as In Bruges at times. Rockwell steals the whole thing with an energetic and mad performance. Gets all the best lines and orchestrates the best scene in the film. His campfire tale is a colossus that…