Not by nature 4-star material, but easily lands the high side of a 3. July is so deeply insightful, about people, fears, relationships... And I adore that her kooky off-beatness, brilliantly used for awkward comedy in You Me and Everyone, is here so adeptly revealed to be this delicate, intricate, serious performative language; SO not just schtick. Empathetic & honest. Funny's just a side-effect of being human. 3.75
I've always wondered if we can hear what cats r saying how it would be like what would they say well I guest that's what miranda july thinks it would be couple is cute and weird but that's all p.s.I would give 3 or 4 stars if this was a short movie then it'd be more interesting it's just unnecessarily long
This is a classic relationship based movie, at least to me it is like this. The cat basically symbolizes the relationship. I'd rather commenting on the film with more details but that would be spoiler so I will stop right here. This is a not bad film to watch but I wouldn't watch this film one more time. I recommend you to watch the film if you like analysing this may be the film to see.
Miranda July's writing has a magic to it that doesn't quite seem to translate as well to screen. Fans of her fiction can still recognize the shorthand, but (from my experience) its charms are lost on others. That said, Miranda July could fart into a jar and I would give it 4-5 stars.
Major disappointment from Miranda July. Loved "Me You and Everyone We Know" and was completely geared up for this new work. Twee, precious and quirky and not particularly in a good way. Some good ideas here and there but just didn't fuse together. Unlikable characters who exist more as representations than people. Linklater not bad but film seems to grind to a halt with each appearance of July's character. miss