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Strong visuals and interesting shots with reflections throughout. It tries to say a lot, and in doing so gets a bit muddled. I think the threads about wealthy/privileged millennial artists, critics, dealers etc exploiting Black stories rooted in poverty and their being complicit in gentrification was a good start that could’ve been substance enough on its own; but this is lost in the second half trying to tie plotlines back to the original with clunky twists.
I’m torn. On the…
the first time I watched it I knew I was sold by the ‘Shadow Mountains’ title card but looking back it’s actually like a minute before when Red turns off the Reagan speech playing on the radio.
A revenge flick that gives the audience plenty of time to get to know who they’ll be grieving. This one hits all the marks for me. Trippy psychedelic visuals. Failed 70s musician. Cheddar goblin.
Havent seen this movie in over a decade but you gotta check this movie out. John leguizamos a hustler that gets into a most dangerous hunt thing with some huge German dude, it's the dad from beetlejuice, and his weird son. He only gets a loincloth and a beaded shirt while they have full on safari gear. So Pest basically just runs through Miami trying to keep scamming and stay alive, at one point he poops in the woods and…