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I actually loved the movie. I cannot understand about the people complaining for the 'pointless plot'. No, the plot is not pointless (apart from the 'open ending': there I can concede that there is a bit of pointlessness going on) and it is not even that difficult to follow. It's a mesmerising and super clever movie, in my opinion.
Beautifully shot, but a bunch of nonsense.
After watching it my reaction is "what?"
As Southland Tales was to Donnie Darko this is to It Follows. Complete and utter derivative garbage.
Awful and unwatchable. The writer and director thought he made something of art but in reality it was made mostly of trash.
It's rare to see a film like this, real surrealism shot beautifully. I haven't experienced anything like it since Twin Peaks.
An excellent example of meta-breaking cinema, Under The Silver Lake tells a simple story in a very unique way. It seems many people are turned off by the movies abstract and passive method of telling a story of failure and the price of success in LA (especially for females), but, if you are able to handle not having a coherent plot thrust upon you like so many movies do, you may enjoy this gem as much as I did.
The movie has flavors of Lynch and Hitchcock but ultimately this is a different beast. Yes the main character (Garfield, giving a fantastic performance) is unstable, insufferable and a misogynist. Yes the labyrinthine plot is goes nowhere. That is the point. There's no mystery to unravel here, and I like that. Its unsubtle criticism of the audience, but it is effective.
Unique and worth your time.
A male wet dream romp with no point, a weak story, and lots of pretty people.