Energetic and bursting with life and style straight out of the unconventional works of the 60s, with an equally unconventional story which leaves for such an encapsulating viewing. However this film walks a tight rope of an imitation with only respect and admiration (but lacking anything its self to say, mostly within its dialogue, whivh feels very try hard) and genuinely great that it occasionally finds its self slipping off of and nearly plummeting into its own demise.
I took my Mother to see Mother! The projector messed up we got our money back. I then was getting my mother's mother to take me too see mother!, but my mother said "no" she would not let her mother watch Mother!. At the end if the day my Mother took me to see Mother!
And it was amazing!
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(Im technically suppose to follow the embargo they made me sign after watching this film but fuck it.)
Zach Synders near masterwork surpasses my expectations and more before the film began Zach Synder himself greeted the audience saying the following words... "After my daughter tragically ended her life I had began production on Justice League but before that I had a project I never released, this is very personal to me and touches me on many levels…