Black. Glasses owner. 24. That very vvitch.
Disclaimer; I change my favorites a lot. And so many backdrops look good.
"Well you have one of the more common Hollywood problems"
I'm still in disbelief that Roger Ebert himself wrote this.
You also can't convince me that Ryan Murphy didn't take any inspiration from anything that I saw.
I don't know where to start. The editing? the dialogue? the songs? the high level campiness?
I've seen some weird, bizarre, absurd, and downright batshit movies, but this is....something else.
I feel like I just watched a hornier, somehow more insane version of…
"No, I'm the real thing."
Jesus fucking Christ. Twitter K-pop Stans need to be forced to see this as a requirement.
I've seen this described as vile and haunting and I think they were underplaying it. This is one of those films that put you through the ringer emotionally. I almost wanted to turn it off after THAT scene.
The idolization of the public persona of a celebritiy is already unsettling in real life, in this it's surrealisticly frightening and disturbing. Dreams & Reality get harder and harder to differ from each other.
By far one of the best I've ever seen, but never watching again.