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What an awful movie. All this movie is a guy played by William H. Macy walking around New York City trying to get laid with women, and ends up getting into arguments with everyone he interacts with. And at the end he ends up in prison for killing a couple of people. Really hate this movie. This movie doesn't even have any reason to exist. Completely unwatchable.
A bit reminiscent of the Michael Douglas movie Falling Down, this indie drama based on a David Mamet play is more subtle but much less entertaining. Macy, as usual, is awesome. The downfall here is the story move too slowly and the tragic incidents that befall poor Edmond this night are all of his own making. None of it had to happen and life would have been better had it not. Not much of a moral.
Terrible, terrible movie. You will never get those 90 minutes back. Only proves that actors will do anything to get on the Big Silver Screen.
Objectively it's not good, but I enjoyed the nihilism and philosophically "overburdened" dialogue.
This literally may be the worst movie I've ever seen.
Marketed as a thriller and paced as such, it's an edgy character study. Clearly sourced from a stage play and a bit too clever at times, it's a thought-provoking movie that you will appreciate even more if you are not fond of political correctness.
There isn't a lot of love for this film but I think it represents one of Macy's finest roles. In true Mamet fashion, the film is as much off its rocker as its main character but Macy takes us to dark places most effectively.
A decent black comedy in the vain of Falling Down. William H. Macy was electrifying in this role.
Cinematography is beautiful and well light giving a great visual movie. Actors are superb in giving a comprehensive emotional trip during this rather silly mans evening out. The film looks at the naïveté of a night out which may leave you angry and frustrated at Americans and their stupid empty lives. Nibbles: Bombay Mix.
It wasn't to bad of a movie. Plus there's a Lesson to be learned to all those gangsta punks who think going to prison is cool or a right of passage. Thug punks end up like Edmund does in the last portion of the film.