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Maybe too much time passed since I saw "Part 1", or maybe I used all my patience on that film, either way I can just say that this bored me quite a lot.
Even better than the first part. You can tell Patrick Wang has a massive... love of Christopher Guest. If you loved Spinal Tap, A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration, you'll laugh your ass off watching this one. GO SEE IT. I'm gonna copy and past my review for part 1 in this too as a response for people wondering why there are so many 1 star reviews.
Newsflash weirdos who spend all their time 1-starring everything, this movie is making fun of pretentious films. It's supposed to be stupid and absurd. I guarantee most of the people who are shitting on it here, didn't watch it and just assumed it was a "pretentious indie movie" because of the title.
You can taste the irony that has been completely lost on some of these people.
Through bursts of comedy, poignancy, conflict, song, dance, and theatrical whimsy, what emerges is akin to a homespun symphony of soulfulness. A one of a kind cinematic experience, an ethnography of a community told with a profoundly compassionate eye