The Painter and the Thief
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Irresponsible filmmaking. No guidance from experts, only the broken people left who can only speculate what was going on. The only moment of Grace is one guy who miraculously survived, but that's just for 10 mins. No real answers, no help, no moment of clarity in the chaos. Less of filmmakers, more like dipsh*ts with expensive cameras. I pity these two when karma comes through. smh
Predictable blah. They certainly spent time of money on it tho... eyeroll..
Perfectly captures the downside of high school angst and awkwardness, and the bullying, and the loneliness - a well crafted, thinly veiled picture of our current love-starved youth epidemic. A cautionary tale of the neglected - nothing is truly added to the story of Jeffrey Dahmer nor overtly explained, except that the subtle clues are silently screaming to be addressed here. Nothing too gruesome is shown here, and yet they are clearly yet subtly visible until they are completely undeniable. I can't help but draw a clear parallel to the short video made by the victims and survivors of Columbine with the same lesson given here: it's up to us to notice and thwart those who are seemingly invisible, and include and heal them before we start to ignore them and pay the consequences of our ignorance later. 4 deep sighs out of 5
Tongue-in-cheek Funny, sweetly nostalgic, a comedy western adventure you'll enjoy. Family friendly, of course with the effervescent Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in fine form here fully immersed in all the things they love doing. A nice hour or so with some effortlessly entertaining, good ol' fashioned cowboy kitsch. Always a joy to watch them in their element. 4 Giddy-ups out of 5