Jim White is an average American family man, mostly content to exist within his humdrum reality. At the tail end of a theme park vacation with his loving wife and two beautiful children, he is awakened by an unsettling phone call from his boss, who tells him that he has lost his job…
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The Keneth Anger and Jack Smith DIY spirit is alive and well in the millennial age we live in! Once hollywood dissolves, movies like this one will reign. You will see, there's a good life waiting for us. Just you wait!
A fascinating film when you look at what it took to get made. A disappointing film when you look at the script. An abysmal film if you're a GFX artist haha. All together, it's worth watching but it's not the work of art it wishes it was or could have been.
Incompetent, idiotic, inane. A first year film student would have fared better. I felt intellectually offended by Randy Moore's pathetic compendium of male fantasies. 104 minutes of pure boredom that only the multiplex crowd could find engaging, transgressive or, God forbid, subversive. An excruciating viewing experience. When did the Sundance Film Festival begin to show home movies?
First of all, this film has some fucking balls. 2nd of all, this film has some great cinematography which is impressive considering the method of making this film. And 3rd, this is one entertaining movie! Loved the surreal odd moments and the casting of two really young girls as objects of sexual desire. Sure the story didn't all fit together but who cares! Definitely one of the oddest movies I've seen this year!
You have to hand it to Randy Moore, his guerrilla style film, shot on the fly without permission at Walt Disney World, has to be the gutsiest film of the year, but plays out like a cheap film school thesis project. Attempts to be a Lynchian descent into madness and sexual dysfunction in the happiest place on Earth, but it ends up being a colossal wasted opportunity. Seems built for shock value and little else.
More creatively-alight than most domestic dramas due to a setting that adds flavor and circumstance to the traditionally-simple plot, and because of the fantastical approach to its material. There's a tongue-and-cheek vibe to the acting and drama, never going deep or getting too serious, thus attacking Disney thriving on shallowness and mediocrity that’s easy to homogenize, as they exist from pubescent tastes.