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Propelled by Charlie Kaufman's smart, imaginative script and Michel Gondry's equally daring directorial touch, Eternal Sunshine is a twisty yet heartfelt look at relationships and heartache.
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind goes by like a fevered dream of love, but one you remember vividly, with profound pleasure.
At its core, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind could have been just another love story. Refracted through Kaufman's wonderfully weird prism, it's something truly memorable.
The result is a cinematic vagueness that makes the film less aesthetic yet more persuasive. This is how dreams really look: like reality, only less so.
It's a very Kaufmanesque narrative experiment, technically ingenious and sophisticated. It also looks like some lost comedy idea by Philip K Dick; you could call this film We Can Forget It for You Retail.
The latest and loveliest alternative universe created by Charlie Kaufman, America's most -- we should probably say only -- intellectually provocative screenwriter.
A surprisingly bittersweet love story at heart, Eternal Sunshine values the sum of experience, which in this case means a thorns-and-all openness to romantic possibilities.
For all its high-falutin' references this is just another rom com with a bit of angst and ontological confusion thrown into the mix.
...genius, or at least fascinating. [Full review in Spanish]
The wacky sight gags and psycho-drama slapstick is tinged with melancholy and regret ...
One of the most insightfully sad explorations of the human drive for love since Annie Hall concluded that we need the eggs.
Pretty fancy stuff, for a sci-fi romantic comedy.
This outing from Kaufman's oddball imagination is wonderfully intriguing, often touching and typically convoluted.
I was able to bear it only up to around 30 minutes, after which I was unable to take the torture anymore. Though appreciated & applauded by lots, this one's obviously not my cup of tea.
Finally got round to watching this movie from begining to end and i thoroughly enjoyed it!
I love seeing Jim Carrey in more serious roles rather than his usual annoying goofey self and even when his goofeyness was required in this movie it was toned down quite dramatically! Its a great cast, i love the concept and is just an entertaining and slightly confusing at the start which keeps you thinking!
Everything about this movie is beautiful, its beautifully written, beautifully acted and a lovely and beautiful concept with a strong meaning as well! Well worth the watch!
As good on the second viewing as the first... This is one of the best movies of all time. Maybe the best non-violent movie of all time.
Intricate plotting and flawed but entirely lovable characters you want to shower empathy and forgiveness upon.
I feel like I should like this movie more, but I don't. I'm predisposed to think of Kate Winslet as a feisty English rose, and perhaps that's what makes me not buy her as this offbeat character with multicolored hair and a foul mouth. She doesn't transform herself.
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