Beautifully made. But I'm not a shakespeare bro
"No miracles ever happen in bed, trust me."
What a hoot. So much fun, except when it's intentionally not. But also a moving treatise on the sacred and the profane by a director who doesn't see a false division between the two.
I clapped when a certain character got their due.
"I'm coming, my Lord. I'm coming!
Sundance 2021 #8
MIA GOTH, IN BEIGE MILITARY CHIC, CIGARETTE DANGLING FROM HER MOUTH, STANDING ON A UBOAT, FIRING DOUBLE PISTOLS INTO THE AIR = BEAUTY
Beautiful movie. Peter Pan meets Sucker Punch without the fetishization. Like another reviewer said, teenage girls are gonna eat this up, and I'm happy that they'll have it.
Is this movie good? Who the hell knows. It's a giant goddamn confusing mess. I know I hated it when I first saw it over a decade ago and honestly cannot remember if I finished it.
Rewatched it for 4th of July weekend, and as many other people on here have observed, time has been incredibly kind to Kelly's movie. It came out 10 years too early and on many ways feels like a prophecy for our fucked up modern moment.
The best adaptation of a Pynchon novel that doesn't exist.
"The fourth dimension will collapse upon itself, you stupid bitch."