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Meh. not many aliens for an alien movie. and wtf are Danny McBride and James Franco doing in an alien film? I mean the could call it Fassbinder's Covenant, but the script had so few surprises that he didn't even seem to have much to offer.
Really good. Kumail Nanjiani the pakistani guy from Silicon Valley tells a real life story about the white girl he's dating getting cancer and the struggle of an interracial/cross-cultural partnership. The realness gave the movie heart and Kumail's career as a comedian gave it some amazing laughs.
ridiculously stupid and horribly disappointing. Hollywood sci-fi at its most garbage. Luc Besson the director of the 5th element. I think he spent all his money on creature development and wrote the script in a weekend. worst dialogue. worst acting.
Michael Cera is the best part of a bad movie that makes fun of itself. Think Neapolitan dynamite with a less likable protagonist. A Jewish drama teacher is a messed up nerd. His blind wife leaves him. He hates everyone but his star (Cera). He spray paints "white nigger" on cera's car -- to no end and no reason--one just assumes the director is an immature coconut LaCroix guzzling diarrhea person. The protagonist watches neighbors birds. The birds die. He takes a dump there's no toilet paper and he drops his phone in the toilet. Fishes it out w his hand and then finds the water turned off. This movie was written by a 13 year old.
Directed by Kogonada. Cinematography by Elisha Christian. Very quiet movie. only one or two scenes were not shot on a tripod. even the dolly shots usually came to a stop for a long time. they relied on long takes to show the slowness of these two peoples lives (not changing). John Cho comes home as the 35 y/o estranged son. His father in a coma. Meanwhile, a 20 y/o girl (Haley Lu Richardson) is struggling with the idea of leaving her mother who is very dependent on her. Parker Posey has a small part. the acting was a little over-acted. read: a directors note like "ennui with MORE INTENSITY!". a little silly. the focus was the relation of these two characters as they talk about their lives and the modernist architecture in Columbus Indiana.