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This movie just wants me to get a Chevy Malibu
A satirical black comedy deconstruction of American religion, economics, social dynamic, masculinity, and independence dripping tone from set dressing to soundtrack. More subtle than They Live; an informed, savage, well paced burn with a philosophical Science Fiction slant. Supremely entertaining, good when it needs to be, bad when it wants to be. Part cathartic, part camp, all classic. Absolutely required viewing.
I chuckled a good few times through this. I get the feeling I'll have to watch it again to get everything and understand every detail. I cant say much else at the moment. Maybe I'll update this review next time I watch this film. But for now I'll just say that I kinda like it.. i think? Even if i dont understand it yet. At the beginning of the film right up until the last 45 mins or so I felt that I didn't really connect or relate with any of the characters. But Otto picked up his appeal near the end.
"What about our relationship? What about our relationship?"
Otto: "Fuck that."
Easily, Emilio Estevez's best performance ever. One of the best sci fi films of all time.
A strange and off the wall movie with a little of everything.
"I shall not cause harm to any vehicle, nor the personal contents thereof, nor, through inaction, let that vehicle or the personal contents thereof come to harm."
This was definitely an 80s movie. It passed the time and I watched to the end but wasn't sure I wanted to.This is not a great movie even in the the 80s.
An absolute cult classic. Harry Dean Stanton & Emilio Estevez shine in this quirky, fun look at the bleak dystopian LA of the early 80s world of Repo Men.
Lame boring bland movie starring Emilio estevez. The first 15 20 minutes were great , just when the alien stuff came in, that made zero sense.
Funny, strange and most importantly, entertaining. Interesting take on the alien-invasion genre and a pretty unique story line.