def not a go-to.
where's the charm?
The potential is there. But if they had established the characters better and their daily routine at this institution/asylum, it would’ve been more engaging. The visuals and costumes could’ve been better.
But near the end it got really entertaining.
And I really loved the inclusion of Buffy.
More please, but better.
Ending it on a high note.
A lyrical and humane ode to freedom. The tingling in your toes, that restlessness.
Meeting all those wise people on the road and appreciating the beauty of nature.
This is the essence of America. A land of nomads.
I never asked myself how much longer it would be or when it would end. I liked being on that journey.
And please, more roles for aging actors, especially women. No more grandmas or side characters. Let their stories be told.
C‘est du pur cabotinage!
Finally a genre film for and with the ones that love it so much.
Vanessa Paradis is a fucking legend, I mean come on I don’t know who else would‘ve dared to take that role and ran with it.
I do admit that the film loses itself a little in the middle and the second half, there’s an element of magical realism added that didn’t feel really organic, but then again that makes it so trashy…