I don't know why money seems to kill coming of age movies. Can anyone enlighten me as to why that is? Because, let's face it: We all know that this movie would have been a beloved, timeless piece of indie filmmaking art, had it been made by a bunch of kids with no money, on consumer grade equipment. Why are debut indie filmmakers so much better at their craft than overpaid Disney employees who have been practicing it for so…
"Vampire Sisters" is a pulpy, kid friendly, fun take on the immigrant experience (and puberty, obviously). Vampires always lend themselves to rich metaphors, but culture clash and the difficulties of integration into an arrogant and ignorant culture was a new one for me.
The ensemble could have been better and whoever wrote the dialogue obviously didn't even really try, but the movie manages to stay fun just by charm alone, so it's fine. Perfectly watchable!
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Seated next to me in the cinema was a true Tarantino fan. He was about twenty years old, nerdy, visiting the theatre with his friends. He was SO into this movie, it really annoyed me. I don't think, I would have found the humor quite so stupid, hadn't he sat next to me, laughing so hard at every little thing. When Brad Pitt was about to fight Bruce Lee, he excitedly exclaimed "Oh no! He's gonna do it! Amazing!" and…
The Christmas Special is the only episode of "BoJack Horseman" that I haven't watched.
After watching the finale, my girlfriend and I had a giant, un-ironical, two-day fight about whether the finale was good or not.
That's how seriously we take the show.
Because that's how good of a piece of art it is.
After coming to an uneasy peace-treaty regarding our opinions about the finale, we wrote down our top ten episodes and re-watched those over the course of…