Terrible jokes, disturbing violence, and I had to see a real penis... and it was only the first 15 minutes of the film.
Another boring movie about sad white men. A sad dad can't connect with his sad son who plays video games all day. It seems like an attempt to say something relevant and profound about contemporary grief processes, but it is really only relevant to probably the least interesting and least profound demographic of Americans. A ridiculous and disappointing melodrama.
This quote from Andrea Dworkin kept floating around in my mind as I progressed through the film: "Of course, I have…
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I literally gagged at the "spit scene" all the reviews on this site are raving about. Miss me with that, you weirdos.
Otherwise, this film was unsatisfying and didn't really deal with the themes I was expecting. I did not connect with the characters, did not connect with the stylistic choices (that horrible gray filter), did not connect with any single thing about this movie.