I'm a recovering amateur film critic and run a small film festival for mental health.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I've read reviews of this film, and while some people have alluded to it, no one has quite expressed what I felt about it, so I'm doing that rare thing for me these days and actually writing a review.
"Holy Motors" is one of my favorite films of the 2000s. When it came out, I not only saw it on the big screen, I took no less than three of my friends to see it on the big screen, and…
"To me it all felt like one of those dumb quasi-spiritual awakening motivational workshops people pay way too much to see and then tell all their friends changed their life...that just have lame universal messages like "we're all many different people and different things but we're more than that and we're all the same but individuals too"
People seem to enjoy it so I guess I shouldn't shit all over their parade. I just hope that guy isn't making too…