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"Welcome To Me" é um dos filmes mais incomuns de sempre, porém, este drama/comédia traz consigo uma premissa única e um humor bizarro. A atuação de Kristen Wiig é fantástica.
The movie was ok, but failed to show borderline traits. It was more narcissistic and/or histrionic personality disorder, and not borderline. This is false information into a world already fumbling with the idea of mental illness.
Kirsten Wiig who is also credited as Executive Producer stars as Alice Kreig, who is bi polar who obsessively watches Oprah Winfrey by chance wins the lottery of 86 million dollars. And after watching a less desired program from a struggling infomercial show, Alicia takes it over renaming it "Welcome To Me".
more than a welcome..
Welcome To Me
The premise is promising and has a potential to reach for something more colossal than it even attempts to, in here which may feel inadequate in the end. Despite of having, such a wider range the writer, narrows its priorities down to something simple and sensible which helps connect easily with the viewers. Eliot Lawrence has done a decent work on writing the script which is engaging for the most of the time and not pretentious or chalky which it could have been easily considering the premise. Shira Piven; the director, is in her A game as she executes the script aptly and offers palpable environment to the tone which it stays true to, throughout the course of it. Kirsten Wiig carries it off all on her shoulder proving once again, her amazing acting skills even though isn't supported to that extent by her supporting cast like James Marsden, Wes Bentley and Linda Cardellini. It is short on technical aspects like sound department and editing. Welcome To Me is more than a welcome to its creativity and the energy that it offers from the first frame till the curtain drops; something that can feed off the audience for its almost 90 minutes.
I like the concept and the bringing to light of mental illness. It is not a great script and there isn't much plot. Kristen Wiig just does such a great performance that it worked out that I really like it.
Typical quirky film. But it works.
A weird fucking movie. I'd like my hour and a half back, please.
What starts with a fresh look at a new Truman Show type model falls into a self absorbed and dead comedy that flattens Wigs skills rather than enhances them. A great supporting cast from Marsden to Cusack to Jason Leigh have some great moments on there own as you never really know where this is going until it does and it is a wasted opportunity and the laughs or points are dead on arrival. This gooes into the script stack with Stranger Than Fiction and Aint Them Bodies Saintsas better on paper then screen.
Welcome to Me handelt von der Borderline-Erkrankten Alice die im Lotto gewinnt. Der Film ist berührend und lustig zugleich. Kristen Wiig spielt die Hauptrolle erstaunlich authentisch.
As a person who has worked with people that has Borderline Personality Disorder, I was fairly disgusted on how it portrayed the individual and her emotions. This is not often behaviors of what people with this disorder do when or if they become off their medication. This is a serious disorder for people suffer from it daily and is one of the top disorders that has a high suicide rating because of the emotion being so intense. From statistics back in 2012 it states that 66% don't even work and are on disability because they couldn't leav their homes. 80% are using some sort of elicit drug or has an addictive behavior. Which this movie doesn't show any of that. I'm saddened that someone would take the disorder and try to put it into a comedy film of dark humor when there are so many people with this and it is not known. It shows me that even A list Celebrities are even naive and disrespectful of other's feelings.