Bad Boys for Life
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It has been a long time since someone else's obsession and infatution with something has become one of my own. Tim's Vermeer did exactly that. It not only captures one man's extreme desire to solve what seems to the rest of the art world as an unsolvable mystery. But the amount of dedication one person can have when an obsession takes over. I will be recommending this documentary to anyone interested in domcumetary format until the day I die.
Eerily realistic to the point of uncountability. This film explores the life of a several middle/lower class New York teens growing up in the mid 90's but is still highly relatable to modern day. I first saw this film at the age of 17 and it highly altered my way of thinking when it came to partying and sexual relations as well as the use of drugs. It was shown to me by a friend under the pretense that it was going to rattle my brain and make me laugh. It was quite the brain rattler, but the laughter he seemed to have found did not come to strike me in the same way. I was more mortified and uneasy about the film when it had ended. I suppose the funny aspect of the film may have been him showing me such a deranged and realistic movie and wanting to see my reaction to such. I would highly recommend this movie to people of ages 18+ due to its incredible way of drawing the watcher in and making them feel like they are somewhat a friend of these kids and having an undying desire to prevent most of what you see from happening.
Highly predictable while trying to seem as if it should be severely provoking of thought. Laughably obvious in many aspects. I would not watch this film agian unless asked to by a friend.
It is definitely worth the watch if you are into old-fashioned comedies from the earlier days of film. Abbott and Costello do a fine job giving many great laughs. But, like so many films from the early era the ending is a bit rushed and a somewhat of a letdown. Besides that, I found myself being fully entertained nearly all the way through. If you can stand watching black and white films and take the year it was made into perspective, I think you will surely appreciate this film.