To Live and Die in L.A.

To Live and Die in L.A. ★★★

I didn’t know I needed a different narrative font every ten minutes, a cameo by Lesbian Daphne Moon, David Hasslehoff’s wardrobe knockoffs, Shipwreck Joey’s topless cabaret, improper use of “amigo”, Robert Downey Jr’s dad, an endless supply of cocaine-thin blonde exposition tools, interpretive dancers, the guy from Quantum Leap, two solid minutes of male nudity, an endless and bleak industrial landscape, copious Riker leans, Appleton Wisconsin’s finest Willem Dafoe, metaphorical and literal one-legged bungee jumping, and a soundtrack by Wang Chun that’ll melt your brain. But I did.

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