The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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...another tedious, egregiously confusing horror flick that seems to be aiming for a David Lynchian sort of tone but instead winds up an entirely interminable piece of work.
Go stand in the corner, Dark Corners!
I have watched this three times and I think I have to look up spoilers every time because I never quite get it! (A long gap between views I must add, so I've forgotten the actual story by then). Today was no exception, but I don't think I'll ever forget it again. Dark, creepy, kind of obscure and maybe could have spelt it out.a tiny bit more, but great acting from Thora in both roles.
It was interesting, but I felt like I was listening to a friend telling me a cool story and when they're done, I say "And?" and they say, "And that's it! Isn't it great?" And then I have no idea what the point was. I have a feeling the people involved felt the same way, but didn't know how to break it to themselves...
I hate watching the "making of" segment on movies like this because no one involved seems to know that the movie is shite. "People are gonna LOVE this movie," says the executive producer, and my heart just goes out to him.
There was so much wrong with this one, I don't even know where to begin without a detailed synopsis - suffice to say, this is an hour and a half better spent doing anything else. Anything.
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