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This indulgently puerile waste of time plows ahead with pointless mayhem masquerading as 'art.'
It gives screenwriter-director Gregory Hatanaka an excuse for a lot of scene jumping -- and a chance to make the case for adopting a vegan diet.
There's a lot happening here, perhaps too much.
Mad Cowgirl is an underground movie with little sense of grounding, and lots of a multicultural weirdness and inchoate meat metaphors.
It's safe to say there will not be another movie this year like Mad Cowgirl. Whether that's a good or bad thing depends on your tolerance for copious bloodletting, hardcore pornography, and C-SPAN.
Fiercely personal and unique.
Endlessly entertaining, though not recommended for anyone uncomfortable with soft porn, eroticized violence or graphically-depicted slaughter.
Absurd, dirty, powerful and disturbingly hilarious.
Slick and often incomprehensible, it certainly gives you your money's worth, if blood, gore and blasphemy are what you're buying.
This gonzo mashup of romantic comedy, political paranoia, and B-movie adulation is more confounding than thrilling.
An orgy of red meat and confused filmmaking
Theaters showing this should install seatbelts, because audiences are in for the ultimate wild ride.
Pleasantly surprised by this zany underground film about the downward spiral of a meat packer suffering from mad cow disease. It took influence from Hong Kong cinema with some erotic thriller and a touch of religion. It's hard to describe the film but it is a must watch for people interesting in cult films.
Strange, confusing, disturbing. But you gotta hand it to the director, he creating a low budget but very watchable film. Oh, and what's needed in films these days: originality.
It's low budget, but understandably so, as it is something you won't see out of "Hollywood", which is why we should have actual independent films.
Anyway, it's done with competence and although I was confused and disturbed, I still enjoyed and appreciated it.
This movie really stands out from all the rest that screened in San Francisco. Enough buzz to gain a special third screening! My husband and I were stunned when we saw it.
It's was such a refreshing experience! It totally shakes your mind as the movie leads to more sweet madness and hilarious absurdity for Therese (played with such bravery by Sarah Lassez). And, despite its novelty, it's a well-acted and, surprisingly, dramatically-driven movie, too! When we thought it was all over, the last part of the movie totally pays off!
Whether it's a statement of our current socio-political culture or our fascination of all things entertainment, it's just riveting. A food for thought, perhaps? One thing for sure, this movie totally rocks!
Experimental film with a good lead performance. It's weird, which is usually a good thing in my books, but it never really seems to go anywhere. Worth a look if you like this kind of thing, it's never boring.
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