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James Caan is fucking incredible in this.
At once a look at male fragility and the need to present as bigger then oneself and the relationship between worker and boss which when shaved down of all nicety is presented in the full violence it is.
This Mann guy sure knows how to shoot a motion picture.
Not to give in to male power fantasy but the ending of this movie is so fucking cool.
Very good. May never watch it again, may watch it tomorrow.
For sure an early form of cringe comedy and it's the fact that everything is played so straight that it works. I feel like a lesser movie would make Rupert out to be too horrific or too sympathetic, here though he's a perfect mix of useless danger. AT no point do we think that Rupert is going to do something to Jerry that will hurt him. His dreams are…
Visually interesting and a unique take on the evil kid trope even if it doesn't totally wrap it all up. Barbara is allowed to be way more of a driving force then a lot of these works and her being confined to a wheelchair in order to try to control her and still asserting herself is pretty nice.
The fact that the evil kid has a southern accent really makes this whole thing work on another level.
A beautiful surreal masterpiece.
There's a lot of things you can say to someone that makes it sound like an "Enough Said" movie. I think I heard that term from Griffin Newman on Blank Check but an Enough Said movie is a movie where you list random things that happen and go "nuff said." "Edgar Wright, Getaway Driver, All To Music, Nuff Said." It's way to try to boil down a movie for a quick pitch and EEAAO has tons…