You can always count on a great soundtrack from a Cameron Crowe movie, even a bad one. It's unfortunate, because it wouldn't have taken much to make this passable, just a screenwriter interested in exploring the dramatic possibilities of a family recovering from a tragedy through the very unique and exciting prospect of moving to a zoo. Instead we just get the repetitive beats of Matt Damon's sadness and a contrived villain character in the form of a county zoo…
Nobody here is believable as a real character, and first-time director Lucia Aniello’s screenplay wants so bad to be character-focused, that by the time the women are driving the penis-sunglasses-wearing-corpse-with-an-erection around in a Smart Car you’ll be all but wishing the film would just resort back to the obvious Weekend At Bernie’s-style sitcom humor it pretends to be above. The ones having the real rough night will be any paying audience members, who deserve far better than this forced, uninspired snoozefest, that retreads bad eighties plotlines to smooth over disingenuous attempts to be edgy, off color and progressive.
It's only been four days and I'm already tired of arguing with people about Guardians Of The Galaxy. So I say fuck this movie right in its 92% Rotten Tomatoes-approved-fresh ass. Sorry, does that offend you? Here you go, here's the Reservoir Dogs soundtrack to listen to while you read the rest of the review; apparently that can make everything better.
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In yet another year of middling roles for women, Sils Maria is a dream come true. Masterfully directed by Olivier Assayas, the film centers on an aging actress preparing to play…