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if you’ve never swam in the ocean then of course a pool seems deep
Watched with a live orchestra and an introduction by Bong. It was one of my favorite experiences at a theatre, obviously.
I think this movie is pretty bad. I think it’s shallow and dumb and poorly written/directed and masquerading as a film with meaning in a way that has somehow tricked Academy members into believing it’s a prestigious piece of work and not a ridiculous feature-length 30 Rock cutaway parody buoyed entirely by some nice cinematography and a reliably-terrific performance from an actor who is always as good as he is here, and even often better in similar films (You Were…
Murphy and Snipes are great. Lots of LOL moments and the premiere scene was moving for me. I'm a big fan of the original films so this was especially fun for me as a genre film geek. But being close to the originals also made it harder for me to accept the many artistic liberties taken. Although the film is about the making of Dolemite (1975), most of the iconic scenes that we see being shot in the film are…
It’s just too bad not a single member of the Academy watched this movie. If they had, Sandler would have been the first unanimous choice for Best Actor in the history of the Oscars. What a waste.
a david lynch and gaspar noé nightmarish acid trip for people who are into cat orgies
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