(peter griffin voice)
"nyeheheh lois, this reminds me of that david lynch short film where he interrogates a monkey"
the pinnacle of maximalist cinema.
utter chaotic absurdity for the entire runtime. this is bay unfiltered and fully UNLEASHED, something that hasn't been seen since Bad Boys II. every single frame bleeds style with that ridiculous oversaturated Bay look and i loved it all. half of the movie makes zero sense at all and it ADDS to the film.
watch this NOW on the best sound system you have, volume cranked as loud as you can stand it.
i can just pray to see this one day in a theater. i love it so, so much.
this entire film is like an unaware self parody of modern studio indie. it tries so hard to be unique that the overblown effort it attempts to make results in the exact opposite from an original work.
the annoying neon lights in every other scene that we've all seen time and time again in these past few years felt so intrusive that it made me physically annoyed whenever one came on screen. and then there's the absolute art bastard-core soundtrack…