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Girly is one of those rare cinema gems that denies you a gut reaction and leaves you in a state of perpetual confusion...until days later when you realize you've actually seen something new and groundbreaking. Not so much traditional horror as it is psychological horror, an unnerving experience in which you're held hostage by a family that is sociopathic, if not as traditionally violent as the Sawyer / Leatherface family. The movie was initially looked over because of sheer "indifference" - it wasn't a slasher movie or a thriller. But what it was, was a psychological study in psychosis. A pioneer of the psychological horror genre, as well as a political satire.
Not a half bad film, considering the ridiculous subject matter. Well done directing, even though it could have used a better ending than a screaming match with the giant creature.
One of the earliest exposures I had to absolute anarchy posing as a political message. Spike Lee is like a rabid Quentin Tarantino, too agitated to speak clearly, but too brilliant to tune out.
Restrained, if not entirely subtle. One can see Ang Lee's characteristics as a bUdGeoning director. Sensitive yet dignified.
Between Those obnoxious screaming fur balls and Pierce Brosnan making dramatic speeches about "beaver", this was hard to watch without liquor.