Watched it once more before sending the disk back with commentary by directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly, which is consistent and a bit better than the actual movie itself, with occasional interesting bits of information, but is overall just an alright commentary. Nothing too revelatory. They spend a lot of time praising everyone involved, which is nice I guess. They sound like the most basic “dudes” ever, but they also sound like relatively nice dudes.
To make a one minute short film and have everyone watch it and talk about it for a couple days. What a dream. This was pretty cool. Wonder if he had the body made just for this or if it was used in another project (Slasher: Flesh and Blood?) that he then was like, “Fuck it, I can get another short out of this.”
Don’t F**k with Cats
—Tom Hooper has lost his goddamn mind.
—One of the most bizarre movies I’ve seen in a theater, and also somehow incredibly boring.
—Jennifer Hudson has a huge rope of snot hanging from her nose in all of her scenes.
—It’s distracting when the cats are obviously not actually on the sets and are digitally placed into the environment, you can practically see their feet floating and not quite connecting with the ground.
—The cats are…
The king of the high concept thriller is back, baby (after releasing a film I rather enjoyed a year and a half ago, and one I really liked a few years before that, and a pretty good one the year before…), and audiences will be as divided as ever!
Look, it’s the new M. Night Shyamalan movie, so you probably already know if you’re going to like it or not. You can also pretty much guarantee that people will be…