Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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A cri de coeur, constructed as a fly-on-the-wall doc.
It is the most extravagantly self-indulgent piece of pure loopiness imaginable - but gripping as well. A piece of experimentalism at odds with convention.
There are intelligent and provocative ideas within Kim Ki-duk's unbearably self-serving docudrama, but the auteur should stick to what he knows best.
Vaguely interesting, but mostly painful and confusing.
Kim Ki-duk's self-made documentary about his three year, guilt induced solitude is incredibly self-absorbed, making it a suffocating and arduous watch.
It's a confessional portrait of the artist as a nutty middle-aged man and a rare insight into a controversial director who's as divisive as the 38th Parallel.
Perhaps Arirang works best as testimony to how far up the mountain Kim Ki-duk has yet to travel before regaining his former peaks - at least, though, he has finally resumed the ascent.
A self-indulgent personal-therapy home movie? Or is there something more?
Arirang is insufferable, and it's approaching torture to sit through it. Although we do wish Ki-Duk would climb out of his hole and get on with his life.
One of those self-indulgent messes only a very talented but screwed up auteur could make when he hits rock-bottom.
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