Mmm. Such a good movie.
Honestly Jeff Bridges and Robin Williams are an amazing tour de force with Terry Gilliam at the helm.
Yes it has it's dark moments, but also the lighter moments two, the waltz scene in grand central station, the dinner date. All just simply magic.
And I can only give this movie five stars? It deserve 10.
A master piece.
Really there's no other way to describe it.
It's funny, it's theatrical, it's nostalgic, it's camp, it's sexy, it's sad, and opinionated right from the opening line to the last frame. It's a genius of cinematic story telling. The best that the musical genre has to offer, the blended realty vrs dream sequences are stunning and a heck of a lot better portrayed then in "Chicago."
At first glance the opening character doesn't seem to be all…