I watched this tonight for the first time in years. Watching this from an older perspective really adds a TON to the experience. It makes the first section of the film far more poignant.
You've experienced heartbreak. You've experienced saying the wrong things to the people you secretly adore. You've experienced getting trashed with your friends. You've experienced your group of friends becoming a family. You've experienced walking in on two of your close friends arguing. You've experienced the…
A truly devastating, haunting, and achingly human portrayal of mental illness. James gives a tour-de-force performance, which is well anchored by an apt supporting cast. David Henrie (of Wizards of Waverly Place fame) stands out as a love interest for Paul's long-suffering daughter. Henrie shines as the boy that not enough people notice, but wish they could have known better.
But it is the performance of Kevin James that excites the emotions and moves the audience. His portrayal of such…
I wrote an entire review for this, tearing it apart and everything.
But then I realized I wasted my time. I wasted my time watching the movie. I wasted my time analyzing this movie. I wasted my time reviewing this movie.
This was all just a colossal waste of time for me.
What the fuck am I even doing.
Who the fuck even am I.
Why the fuck am I even here.
I hate myself.