The Invisible Man
The Way Back
Never Rarely Sometimes Always
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This film is so unique, unpredictable and refreshing, and stands out an absolute miles amongst the tiresome, cliche trash comedies that Hollywood has been churning out for years.
It takes a little effort to wrap your head around it at first, and I must admit I was initially repulsed by it's off-beat eccentric nature that I almost turned it off. But something about it had sunk it's hooks into me, and I felt compelled to find out what happened next. After about 20 minutes I was in deep.
This film absolutely scrambled my brain, it's so impressively unpredictable and exciting to watch. I can't compare it to anything.
Definitely destined to be a cult classic, and it's certainly not for everyone. But if you have a bit of an odd sense of humour, and enjoy deep satire like Tim & Eric or Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, you'll enjoy this movie.
Whilst being visually stunning, and technically a well made film, it was far too meandering, mundane and pointless to hold my attention. I drifted off multiple times during this LONG movie.
Time for the genre to find some innovation I think.
This movie was surprisingly well crafted and much better than one would expect. Solid performances and art direction. A cautionary tale with female empowerment without feeling contrived.
The media circus surrounding this movie has shown journalists hitting an all-time low.
This movie is a masterpiece.