I watch a lot of movies...
Beefy Boys Becoming Brothers.
Definitely doesn't hit the same watching this at home alone as it did in a packed theatre, but ya know, I was feeling pretty miserable and this made me not miserable for 3 blissful hours. It's too bad that Netflix only has the Hindi version, the butchering of the Naatu Naatu sequence is pretty brutal.
If you want a movie from 2019 that feels like it's from 1997 while also pretending to know what the 1970s like, this is the movie for you.
Other notable reasons for viewing:
-Super goofy open credit sequence
-Brendan Fraser's accent
-Peter Stormare, the most Swedish man alive, trying to do a Texan accent
-An abundance of saxophone music
-About 10 billion cross-fades
-Morgan Freeman's character has a distractingly large portrait of himself in his dining room.
Unreal visuals, great score, amazing in-camera effects, but if I'm being real this would need to be a tight 90 for me to sit down and watch it again. I'd definitely like to study some parts of this and it would be a great 'throw it on in the background of a party' kind of movie.