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This movie stunk. After watching Adam Ruins Everything ruins movies, it is completely apparent that the studio had to have paid money for this film to win best picture. All of the critics who like this movie are idiots or trying to seem sophisticated for liking this garbage. I want my time back. This is why I don't listen to critics because their opinions are complete trash.
This movie had such potential with an amazing cast but falls flat with a plot that doesn't make sense. If this is Hollywood's attempt at an artistic film, they should just have the actors defecate on a kitchen table. That at least would be halfway interesting. Pure drivel.
Another summation of an ambitious original screenplay. Hats off Michael Keaton , Edward Norton and Emma Stone for delivering such impeccable performances.
An absolute masterpiece that commands attention from beginning to end. Camera work is solid as it flows with the story like a work of poetry. The fantastical elements of the story leaves adds another layer of complexity to the entire movie.
4.5/5. A gem to the eyes.
At times surreal and very existential...Iñárritu showcases his knack for telling a compelling story and his use of relatable characters in a strange yet oddly enthralling tale.
The star of the movie is the director
I have a mixed feeling about this one, especially the story. The story, okay I like it, at first. In fact I enjoyed this one so much for the first 30 minutes of the film, but that's just it. After that I feel like there's so much going on that I can't keep up with and makes me don't wanna sit down through the rest of the movie. Maybe this one is not for me? Maybe, I don't know. But there's some good point I wanted to say about this movie like the cinematography, beautiful shots everywhere. And of course the casts, Michael Keaton, Emma Stone and Ed Norton, they did great in this movie especially Michael Keaton, he's the reason I watch this movie till the end.
Love this film. For me, it's got just the right balance of different levels of comedy ranging from slapstick to grotesque humour. Perfectly shot, perfectly written and perfectly acted.
More crap that Hollywood thinks is great. Could not fin
Excellent story, beautifully shot, awesome soundtrack. With literal flights of fancy. Keaton perfect in this.
This movie's strength is in its moviemaking. It is shot to look like it's all one continuous, unbroken take, using very clever invisible cuts to make it possible. There are also quite a few mirrors in the film but never the camera reflected in them, a feat which I'm still not sure how they were able to accomplish. The story is pretty weird, though, and there's a lot of sexual dialogue and situations that don't actually add anything to the film. Also the ending undercuts itself. The film could have been going one of two directions, basically, and has an unclear ending that doesn't come down on either side. Instead of making both interpretations meaningful and valid, it only serves to make neither of them interesting or satisfying. If you like dissecting film-making techniques it's really cool, but otherwise I'd skip it.