Maybe I’m a dumbass, but I’m convinced this is the best documentary I’ve ever seen. I apologize if I’m wrong, but this is the most important piece of content that I’ve ever encountered when it comes to my understanding of America.
“I DONT LIKE THEM PUTTIN FLUORIDE IN THE WATER THAT TURNS THE FRIGGIN FROGS GAY!”
— General Jack Ripper
Loved it, even if I think the parts are better than the whole. Easily one of the best Depp performances and eventually might pass Ed Wood as my favorite. Jarmusch finds a way to make everything feel so effortless in this to the point that you almost have to be drawn in. For a movie completely concerned with the vibe and tone, it moves remarkably well and has an aesthetic that I know I'm going to come back to.
I know I’m far from the first person to say this, but it’s a complete and total disaster and I’m honestly surprised it was released. I’ve never seen this many accomplished actors look so bored and I don’t think it’s a coincidence that I’m worried about the career trajectory of almost everyone involved.
On another note, never make Sophie Turner do an American accent again. I believe in her but she just seems so uncomfortable and incapable of expressing any…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
A list of the things Mark Wahlberg does in Spenser Confidential:
-- Beats the shit out of Post Malone
-- Attends a school for truckers
-- Steals a van full of fentanyl
-- Talks to multiple dogs
-- Lives in a house owned by MMA coach Alan Arkin
-- Gets his ass kicked while a remix of Sweet Caroline plays in the background
-- Has a UFC fighter best friend named Hawk
-- Says, "What the fuck is the cloud?…