After a while, "Bellflower" feels like it can't stop checking itself out in the mirror. It's a pose, not a movie.
you're right; I totally didn't pay $10.50 to see it at a quaint art house cinema because it's not a movie. IT'S A FILM.
Sep 11 - 01:34 AM
You´re as daft as one, for a movie critic...
Nov 21 - 03:04 PM
I've never read a quote that better summarized a movie. I felt like this film was a "cool guy, badass" role playing exercise for the filmmakers, and all attempts for any cohesive plot or conflict was disregarded in the process.
Nov 27 - 07:48 PM
Rameshwar No Last Name
Cannot agree more. Superb summarization.
Dec 1 - 12:20 PM
guys... it's not a "film," it's a low-budget, independent hipster effort that's trying to be a cooler diamond-in-the-rough than it really is... and the recycled cop-out ending? this flick is more of an indie/art-house cliche than anything else...
Dec 3 - 02:53 PM
The themes and stylistic choices have a purpose in the film, one just has to take a closer look to find the meaning behind them. This film is a lot deeper, more complex than one sees at first glance and as a result will frustrate some of its viewers, and so will be judged synomously as you have described.
Mar 20 - 06:10 PM