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A worthy successor to hitchcock and a pitch-black comedic-horror allegory of long term marriage.
Not without its flaws, but an amazing and daring film. Watching Michael Keaton in this is some sort of cinematic candy.
A new surrealism at work here. Dizzying, wickedly funny, and so open to interpretation. A truly open text...but one full of insider jokes.
Finally saw this. Epic, mythical, fun and dark dark dark. Best use of a hammer in cinema.
Meandering, confusing, overlong and seemingly random...in all the right ways. Very cool, sexy, funny and I wanna see it again.
Wow! What a fascinating film and performance. A portrait of the artist as a psycho-hyper-violent convict. This is another take on ultraviolence.
Definitely one of the most brilliant documentaries i've ever seen. A truly moral and ethical film in that it demands the most of us -- and its subjects, and gives moral and ethical consideration to the abysmally amoral and heinous amongst us. A film to be vigorously debated and discussed.
Not a flawless movie by any means, but a deeply emotionally resonate one. For me at least. For nearly a week I've lost in a reverie inspired by this film. It deeply affected me, despite a few off-notes, there is a lot going on in this film. Its smart, sexy, philosophical and beautifully romantic...and heartbreaking.
A striking surreal ultra modern Japanese horror film from the 60s. Full of sex and a ghostly eerie mood.
A really meaningful and relatable film about a couple with kids in the middle of their relationship.
It certainly got under my skin. A disturbing mood piece - sensual, frightening, bleak, mystical. Nicholas Roeg meets Stanley Kubrick, but unlike anything I've seen. Scarlet Johanssen - a voice in one movie, a body in this one, interesting...hmmm
At once the most wes anderson and least wes anderson film I've seen...dizzying, funny, and thoughtful.
Some great laughs...great laughs. But a bad bloated movie in the end.
To me this was a pure cinema experience. Almost bresonian - life, death and what it takes to simply survive.
Not as thrilling as The Perverts Guide to Cinema but so chock full of fascinating ideas, I'll have to watch it again.
Brilliant. Satisfying on all levels. A haunting film.
A little too cute, a bit pretentious, and ultimately hit too many false notes for me. Some great scenes though...
Rich character study, revolving around death, consumerism and altruism... Kind of like a more feminine centric Neil LaBute film.