Congratulations Mr. Bujalski, you have made the whitest, most heteronormative movie that will ever have existed featuring offscreen bi-racial lesbian sex and a bi-sexual African American gigolo. That's something. Results is primarily distinctive for being so indistinct. Admittedly some commendable grace notes in the screenplay.
It probably should have stayed a low budget independent movie. I watched it because of Corrigan who always does well in these things. The pretty actors get together and can't help being annoying because they know they're pretty. Neither one of them is interesting, and Corrigan has to be their matchmaker? In the end it just fizzles into irrelevance.
A pleasant and endearing low-key romantic comedy. The trio of protagonists gave the film an interesting and less formulaic pace, as its central perspective morphs from scene to scene. The three performances are all lived-in and attuned to their characters' flaws, but Pearce's felt the most specific and empathetic. And whatever Giovanni Ribisi is doing, I hate it.
It's a mublecore film with proper actors, proper cinematography/lighting, proper sets/locations,& proper semblance of a story. It's like an actual fucking movie ya'll! For that alone I'll have to give it a generous 4
Weirdly weird weirdness, Oddly odd oddness, Strangely strange strangeness. Was I looked down by Bujalski ? Even so, I don't feel bad. Somehow Interesting movie and Most Superb-physical-ability-is-demonstrated-by-Guy"The Bodybuilder"Pearce movie I've ever seen.
A funny, relatively engaging, satire on the self-improvement market. The cast is great, especially Guy Pierce. It's almost weightless in it's significance but will keep you entertained. Not particularly memorable but is worth checking out.