This is the kind of film you do not wanna admit you've seen. It's not a film you'd wanna see again nor watch it munching your popcorn with your friends. It is for people who are interested in the power of filmmaking and Solondz's exploration of sexual taboos to spark dialogues pertaining to modern society in a form of a mockery.
Probably would give it a 3.5 if I could. At times very funny, it's obviously daring and original. Sometimes the shocking stuff gets to be too much and gets irritating. I don't mean that it goes too far, just that it often feels like Solondz is cramming as much shock humor possible to the point where it takes you out of it. Doesn't need to be as many jokes per minute as there are.
Scathing viewing by arch-sceptic of society, Todd Solondz. The macabre humour juxtaposed with harrowing scenes of suburban decay leave the sourest of tastes. Caution: definitely do not watch for the sake of entertainment, and don't come out of the screening expecting a positive view of humanity.