Brittany Runs a Marathon
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There's something missing in this movie. I should love it. It has all the parts that I usually enjoy. From Lynne Ramsay's raw energy in directing to Joaquin Phoenix's relentless approach to his craft. The movie felt like it was missing a bit of a soul though. What I did really enjoy is how they played with the expectations of violence at the end. This could have simply been a modern Taxi Driver revenge story, but they tried to make it a bit more than that. And, I think they fell short, but I also don't want to fault them for the attempt. It was a damn fine attempt. Good Concept, OK execution.
Strangely enjoyable. Dare I say, poetic? In the beginning I felt as if I had made a big mistake and ventured into a land that was far too "artsy" for me, but as the movie played on -- I found the time going by rather fast as I was enjoying this slice of life. I think I like this movie more than I care to admit. Good concept, good execution.
I saw the ending coming a mile away, but they were still able to add one final little twist to kind of make it not completely obvious. But still. I feel like this could have been better. Kind of watching it waiting for the other twist shoe to drop. OK concept, Solid execution.
I really enjoyed this movie, and for years, I put it off because it was treated like Scorsese/Dinero's red headed step child. Really enjoyed on early 90s New York this movie is. Plus, seeing Dinero play essentially an early 90s Michael Scott was actually interesting. Very interesting film. Good concept, good execution.
Solid American action/adventure movie. I haven't sat down and really watched this movie in a long time, and it was fun to rewatch. Good concept, good execution.