Can /tv/ recommend me anymore films within the "socially isolated morally questionable autist who drives a car" genre?
The Man Who Sleeps is the quintessential "socially isolated morally questionable autist" kino.
Doesn't drive a car though, because he's a true autist.
I am fucking sick of the "Baby Driver is good" meme. Baby Driver is the single most fucking Reddit piece of shit movie I have ever seen.
>wot di' he meme by this??!
I mean it is a horrible movie that relies solely on musical ques to make the audience enjoy it. The whole film is just mediocre action sequences set to quirky mid century pop. Any film that uses music to provoke an emotion from its audience is lazy, and this film is one of the laziest. It's a story that we've seen many times before, but executed in a complete mishmash of bad techniques. It's like the director watched Drive and thought; I could make a movie about that last 20 minutes, let me grab this faggy Fault in Our Stars kid and have him play his autistic self, then set it the Guardians of the Galaxy playlist I have on my iPhone 7.
I hate this fucking movie, and if anybody ever tells me they like it in real life again, I will call them out on their mental disability.
You can complete the Scorsese "hard jobs" diptych with "Bringing out the dead" where Cage drives ambulances. Kino.
Le Samourai > Drive
This is why all the other boards consider /tv/ a laughing stock, myself included.
>Implying something is ever original
Mention one (1) instance in art where it happens, where something isn't a derivation and someone else's interpretation of something that was already done.
The titular Baby is an outcast, but he's not outright anti-social. He can hold a conversation naturally but he's just a little shy. I think he says to Debora that he's said more on their date together than he has all year. The film's not about his isolation, it's more just a piece of his backstory, so I could see why you'd want to exclude it. I think the film is worth mentioning, as a footnote at least.