Never seen a thread on this one, what did people think?
My feels were not ready for this film ;..;.
Relentlessly inauthentic. I understand that the film is about an insufferable character denying his own identity, but that doesn't mean the film can't have its own identity, consistently and unironically. By my count the film contained two genuine moments: Earl talking to Rachel like a human being, free of Greg's sarcasm and cultural references; and Greg's mom watching him leave for prom.
I cried like a little bitch. My poor sickfu...
His movie at the end was pure trash tho.
Too 'kitschy' and relatively inauthentic. It brought it home in the end though, with the projector scene, so that's okay really. Wasn't bad, wasn't as good as I was led to believe
Oh, this is out now? Sweet, will watch soon.
If any Sickfu-fags are in here, how did S3 of Bates Motel actually end? Dropped it when that Peltz skank returned.
I have not seen this movie. I have, however, seen Now is Good, 50/50, A Fault in Our Stars and Restless, and I am a fan of the woman dying of cancer movie genre. The reason I didn't watch this movie is because it has got a person of African descent in it, and to me personally, that is unacceptable. Is the movie any good?
>It brought it home in the end though, with the projector scene
'Scuse me, there's something in my eye.
Beautiful scene, with the Brian Eno music and all but I wish Greg's movie had been more than some stop motion esoteric junk. Still the look on Rachel's face at how happy she was that someone actually made the effort for her...