All the Days Before Tomorrow Reviews
If anything was wrong with this award winning film it was the timeline. It jumps, from end to beginning and does a whole lot of in-between then back to beginning, then some dreams, then back to ending and then middle again. (I love weird things like "Memento" which goes backwards) But this movie had me lost as far as the progression. Which more than likely lost 90% of viewers.
However it didn't matter much to me, cause by the end I wanted to watch it again. And that, believe me is rare for me. Best MOVIE in YEARS.
Female character is bizarrely unlikable to start and male character seems too handsome. But these are only occasionally noticeable.
I don't like the chronology of the story and the dialogue is simply awful. Those are the big strikes. Somehow, the dialogue does work, mostly as a way to fill the void of silence. As much as I hate it, maybe I hate it because that's how I have acted before. The big perks of the movie are the cinematography, production, and maybe some of the minutia. Great shots, great use of music, and even when the dialogue is bad, some of the body language is pretty spot on. The three combined still manage to bring in some emotion into what could otherwise be a very dry and boring movie.
Holden was in Aerosmith's Hole in my Soul music video long ago so I always like to see her pop up in movies. She is adorable at times, sexy at others, and annoying in others. Probably like a real girl. Kern is very subtle, which actually seems to be a great read on a guy who likes a girl and likes to hang with her but knows deep down that's all he gets.
I've seen plenty of movies in this genre, if it can be called that. This one falls short of those...largely because of the dialogue and a story that really tries too hard, but still not too bad for an indie.
funny in an odd way.definitely my kind of movie