God I feel like such a pig
Apichatpong's attempt to get a song stuck in your head forever.
An inspiring story of four people walking back and forth between two sets.
"Sometimes I am afraid I put the caps on the wrong markers. But one must always embrace chaos."
Ho lee shiiiiiiiiiiit you guys. I really wish it ended with the Crypt Keeper sending us off.
MUBI, I believe one Sir Gucci Mane should be on that cast list.
I think this film is really great am I a bad person?
This movie kicks your butt and then kicks through your butt into someone else's butt and then slams your face into a wall and it hurts you so good.
You are right movie, the old and wealthy do use their money in strange ways. I feel so enlightened now. Well, good night internet, I'm going to zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
God damn it Goro. You have one strike left and then this relationship is over.
The greatest 1995 PC FMV point and click adventure game that never ever was.
The traceable ideas are about as lucid as the ghostly dialogue, but once you come to terms with the fact that "I am watching this movie right now" you will have a lot of fun because Guy Maddin happens to be a lot of fun.
I'm a manly man and all but this movie always makes me want to barf and barf.
For all the good ideas that didn't translate too well, and others that lead to abysmal mistakes, there's an addictive pulse and demented confidence that makes this sparkly bomb far more endearing than it would have been if it was "perfect."
A good sci-fi proves that even the most absurd concept will eventually convince the audience if it just stands its ground. Even poo-tech.
Overwhelmingly corny at times, but then again my Grandpa does pretty corny things every time I see him and he's only in his 80's. Just sayin'.
A good document. Documentary? Ehhhhh...
It's like the Saturday morning cartoon version of the first one.
It's really easy to make jokes from a distance but when you actually watch it again it seems as if they've already beat you to the punch.
It's like The Mist but boring. Or like Darkness Falls but still, more boring.
As an ex-carnie myself I can tell you that this film is extra-bullshit. All I ever 'discovered about myself' is that given enough exhaustion I will mistake a bottle of coffee creamer sample for a milkshake and drink half of it without noticing.
Sure was super neato when John Cusack drove through that stuff with that vehicle. I think there's a lot of potential for movies about John Cusack driving through things in a variety of vehicles.
Stage play works a little better with the material, but Sheen and Langella hit every beat.
Everyone who has an Evil Dead t-shirt in their closet already likes this movie, even if they haven't seen it yet.
Incredibly entertaining but doesn't really do much as a film more than, say, a really quirky Wikipedia entry. A wildly fun doc if not an engaging one.
If you don't think this is Tim Burton's best film of them all, you are most likely still in High School, mentality or literally.
Be it the cherry to a string of late night Radio Lab sessions or the topper to your blossoming romance with a chatty physics student, celebrations of science beyond science like this instills such vibrantly positive reactions it makes you wish you weren't so crappy in high school chem.
What starts as a tribute to Creepshow very quickly surpasses it.