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Only watched 25 minutes. There wasn't any discernable storyline, only manufactured chaos and overacting. Still not sure if the Hutchence character was meant to be retarded, drugged out or just weird, and had no interest in finding out.
This isn't your average film. It is a brutal depiction of abuse and mental illness with dead cats thrown in for good humour. But there's not much of a message to it, except for a couple of anti-religious monologues thrown in with questionable relevance to the main theme. Almost all of the other characters he meets are abnormal and exaggerated, even by Port Adelaide's measure. The later scenes strangely celebrate sexual abuse as something crowd-pleasing. And WTF's with that bagpipe troupe in the lockup cells? I have a vague memory of thinking this was a cool film when it was first released but I didn't really enjoy it at all this time, except of course for the cats.
Redford's painfully stilted dialogue makes it impossible to stay engaged with this old chook flick.
Just like a stupid Stephen King movie only with better actors
The thing I dislike most about superhero movies is the ridiculous superpowers, and Captain Marvel's superpowers are about as ridiculous as they get. But there was enough light entertainment to keep watching to the end.