Like Me (2018)
Critic Consensus: Like Me stylishly explores some interesting ideas, even if they're too often consigned to the background in favor of more ordinary violence and gore.
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For a movie featuring so much vomiting, "Like Me" is a visual feast.
Rises above the pack in a few ways - ranging from its ambitious style to the out-of-whack humanity of its two lead performances.
Both impish and melancholy, with Timlin and Fessenden handily shifting the molecules in the air each time they share a scene, "Like Me" has an eccentric bravura to it.
[Director Robert] Mockler's and Jessalyn Abbott's artfully chaotic editing style, full of ultra-slow dissolves, double exposures and scrubbed footage playing forward and backward in time like the image is possessed, elevates Like Me to video art.
"Like Me" provides a reminder that bile and excrement are not substitutes for ideas.
Audience Reviews for Like Me
Despite being visually stunning and entrancingly melancholy with some very interesting ideas in which to anchor its stylized aesthetics, the film sadly gets lost after a while when it starts to lose focus and digress toward an anticlimactic (yet undeniably coherent) conclusion.
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