Manson, My Name Is Evil (2009)
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Critic Reviews for Manson, My Name Is Evil
Essentially a cinematic essay that occasionally seems smart and sometimes just smart-alecky. What it never seems is emotionally engaging.
Harkema's real problem is that he doesn't know which story he wants to tell, apart from taking potshots at governments, religions and ideologies he opposes.
Complemented by solid performances by the rest of the cast, Harkema creates a campy yet believable society.
Leslie, My Name is Evil is Reginald Harkema's next step in socially conscious filmmaking.
The performances are suitably bizarre. What it all means is something you can go away and argue about afterward.
Audience Reviews for Manson, My Name Is Evil
Well, this is not Helter Skelter. It is kind of odd. The cuts to old footage of the era were okay, but looked off at times. The acting in this movie is ok. I guess it was supposed to be a dark comedy, but I can't say that I chuckled even once.
An interesting take on Charles Mansons story and followers but a bit too arthouse and satirical for my liking. I left it on to see if it was going to get better but I just lost interest in it and then it was over. Not recommended! They just need to stop making movies about him its getting old and tiresome.
Terrible. The acting was horrendous, the scenes did not flow well at all, and the storyline was all over the place.
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