The thing that makes David Lynch's movies work despite how disturbing, abstract, or outright boring they can sometimes be is that he's usually a master at making you empathize with his characters. They're usually good hearted people caught in worlds they don't deserve to be in, they're genuinely funny, or sincere, or woefully pitiful. So it's disappointing that the main reason this movie didn't really click with me is that I just couldn't give a shit about Sailor and Lula,…
Genuinely shocked at how good this movie was. It only does what it needs to do, but within the barriers it sets for itself it just executes. Also this script is really tight, there isn't really a wasted moment or minor detail. It went a little over the top in a couple of moments, but besides that the comedy was a lot sharper and endearing than I had expected, and I loved it for it.
Bean Bag Boys for life.
Maybe I'm just dead inside, but I thought this movie was just barely okay. It was like watching the same exact scene unfold over and over again. And I get that it's a true story, but I honestly secretly despised that, because there's really no payoff here other than "oh gee I thought this was gonna be sad... but actually...!!"
Yeah, I don't know. The cinematography was nice, sometimes the fact that characters were cut off at the waist…