Mary Poppins Returns
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Pace is snappy, soundtrack full of good alt-rock cuts.
A sporadically entertaining portrayal of male humiliation and self-abnegation.
It's to Waitt's credit that there are genuine moments of poignancy in the film as well as laughs and sheer astonishment.
There's an occasional brief, fierce laugh born out of the absurdity of the situations. At other points, the women provide genuine insight into relationships. Thank god for their realism and sanity. Still, this feels like a short bloated into a feature.
It's not as funny as the title suggests, but there's something endearing about this rough video diary in which filmmaker Chris Waitt takes a fly-on-the-wall approach to his past failures as a boyfriend.
It's very funny. It's slightly pathetic. It's comforting in a hey-nobody's-human kind of way.
It's a display of gross bad faith both as documentarist and lover, and its subject probably deserves never to get laid again.
Maybe, several years post-YouTube, it's just not enough anymore to train a camera on life; maybe the market demands that life be lived with the camera in mind.
Sexual Failures is edited well, the score is great and while certain scenes feel a bit staged, Waitt is immediately likable and a ball to watch on the big screen.
A funny adventure of a man trying to figure out why he sucks at relationships by going around and interviewing his ex-girlfriends. Sometimes he gets side tracked in his quest, which keeps the movie entertaining and interesting. Worth a watch.
Fap Rating: 3.5/10
You have to give props to a man who is willing to bear all in front of a camera. I am unsure as to whether certain parts of the film were staged or not, but for the most part it is easy to fall into this journey through a man's catacomb of relationships.
Okay, expected better, Pretty sure it is all set up and not a real documentary, which is a shame. Would have been better if it was real.
Peculiar character purports to an honest analysis of his failed relationships but a lot of the situations seem manipulated and contrived. It is undoubtedly funny, moving and raw, regardless.
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