Spike Jonze's Being John Malkovich is a wonderfully creative story that succeeds through its world-building and original ideas. Charlie Kaufman once again proves that his ideas are strange, yet relatable in this weird and unconventional film.
Being John Malkovich is confident in its own skin, and presents the audience with multiple impossibilities that aren't necessarily questioned by its own characters. This adds a blend of comedy to this quirky world, and it has made me question elevator rides ever since I saw it.
This film only slightly breaks apart under legitimate criticism of the laws that Jonze presents in this world. It can be thought to have "loopholes" or rather just rules that are never explained. My advice is to not look too deep into its flaws, and just enjoy it for the unique and fantastic experience that it is.