Mary Poppins Returns
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It's one of the most queasy-making and confrontational films of the year, in which a deliberately artless presentation...takes the sting out of some extremely unruly content.
Crispin Hellion Glover's planned trilogy of blatant weirdness continues with a second installment, It Is Fine! Everything Is Fine.
The movie is daring, original and aimed at sophisticated moviegoers.
The statement Stewart makes in his script-- that handicapped people can not only be as sensitive as everyone else, but just as horrible -- is made eloquent, if bizarre, via Glover and Brothers' otherworldy vision.
Any response to this film is aggressively subjective...Did I enjoy the film? I did not.
Entirely set-bound and featuring dramatic lighting, deep shadows and such archaic effects as rear projection, the film has the look and feel of an old Hollywood movie -- but there's never been a film quite like this one.
IT IS FINE! allows an outsider's plight to define the mood and give significance to the art. Yet it's hard to take that endeavor seriously when the movie operates under the guise of exploitation.
To say the film is weird would be cliché, it's way beyond that the film drew laughs and gasps from the audience. The odd thing about it all -- it works.
Imagine snuff porn as produced by the Special Olympics. That is the vision of Crispin Glover.
Better when you hear the explanation of what the heck you just saw, but points off for creepy graphic sex scenes between many girls and a cerebral palsy man. Yikes.
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