LARRY CROWNE is an actual movie that exists. There are actors, many good ones, saying lines from a script, on a film set, in front of cameras that are recording them. I'm seeing this with my eyes. I'm hearing the words with my ears. This is actually happening. But watching LARRY CROWNE felt a bit like watching empty space, like molecules floating in the air before me.
I have no opinion of it, I am devoid of all feeling and yet, I can't look away. For 98 minutes, I watched LARRY CROWNE in almost a comatose state. Maybe I blinked, or smiled, but I can't remember. I wasn't bored or excited. I was just there, absorbing the film in a non-reactive state.
It's not bad, it's not good, it's not funny or emotional. It just is.
LARRY CROWNE exists. I'm logging it in Letterboxd, and I'm moving on with my life.