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Certifiably weird. Though less an adaptation than an homage to Burroughs in general, Cronenberg has created a bizarre, meaty masterpiece that is as disturbing as it is bewildering.
Elegant but brutal, evocative but restrained, cold but human. Melville shows respect to both bleak sides of every coin.
A meandering, off-the-cuff, anecdotal movie that swims so seamlessly from comedy to drama to romance to gangster film that it really defies genre altogether. Farrow's playing against type is worth the price of admission all on its own.
A pretty phenomenal showing from the Coens, but what else is new? A bittersweet but charming slice of morose life. Isaac holds his own amidst a powerhouse cast.