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Kajillionaire (2020)

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8/10: wrapped presents Greetings again from...
Friday, September 25, 2020

wrapped presents Greetings again from the darkness. A single month with new releases from both Charlie Kaufman (I'M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS) and Miranda July, is almost enough to make this movie lover forget for a moment that we are suffering through a global pandemic, raging forest fires, and the most obscene presidential campaign of my lifetime. Ms. July is an absurdly talented writer and filmmaker, and it's her first feature length film since THE FUTURE (2011). Prior to that, she served up ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW (2005), and has a unique way of displaying her strange life observations. She and Kaufman are masters of quirk, and excel in twisting our minds.Evan Rachel Wood stars as Old Dolio Dyne, daughter of Robert (Richard Jenkins) and Theresa (an unrecognizable Debra Winger). This is an oddball family of petty crime con artists who live in a run down, unused office next to the Bubbles, Inc. factory...

1/10: Came very close to walking...
Monday, October 5, 2020

Came very close to walking out I love the individual main actors in this movie, and I had read some stellar reviews (NYT, etc.) from reviewers I respect, so I was very much looking forward to seeing this.OMG (and not in a good way). This felt like one of those experimental student films from the '70s and '80s. All the little mini-episodes are supposed to meld into a coherent story (didn't happen). Slice of life (I guess) type of storytelling. I never really got a feel for any of the characters. Nothing they said or did made any sense whatsoever. The reveal the morning after the "birthday party" defied even the most generous suspension of disbelief (how could two old people move ALL that stuff out of a second floor apartment without being heard). The final reveal at the end (the $525 1/3 part total) was cute, but not as particularly revelatory as one might expect...

9/10: This film is a litmus...
Sunday, November 22, 2020

This film is a litmus test for state of our world There is no nice way to say this; the world is full of idiots that won't get this film (nor any of the great works of art for that matter).I'm not going to discuss the film other than to say I was surprised by low ratings and glad reviews didn't deter me from seeing this quirky poetic masterpiece, I have not seen anything like it since Charlie Kaufmans glory days (Eternal Sunshine, Adaptation etc). While those are clever little creations of quirk as well, they also work on many different (intelligence) levels, this one however, craves your full attention for the entire time, every scene, line and expression tweaks the story to our and characters continuous surprise. I get some of the criticism, the narrative loses its edge towards the end, but you have to see it for what it is, a declaration of love...

2/10: Bad, Bad, Bad Dreadful film...
Saturday, June 19, 2021

Bad, Bad, Bad Dreadful film. Bad on so many levels. The dialogue is inane...when it exists. The storyline and the various subplots simply don't mix. And it's ultimately about spending an hour and a half with miserable unbelievable characters. It's hard to imagine how this movie got made. Harder still to understand how it got released. How bad was it? Well, the characters violate every motivational impulse they have to do things just to keep the movie moving along. The tight lipped conspirators suddenly tell complete strangers their plans. Epiphanies happen in the dark. And though it all, loathsome behavior is piled on loathsome behavior without a hint as to why or how the perpetrators chose to live this way. A gruesome film. I gave it a two instead of a one because the two adult leads were handled well. Avoid this film. It's the visual equivalent of food poisoning.

3/10: What was this film? "Kajillionaire...
Wednesday, October 21, 2020

What was this film? "Kajillionaire" wanted to be many things - a comedy, a heist film, a drama, a coming-of-age tale, an introspective character piece and more. It failed at being every single one of those things. Gina Rodriguez and the scene at the old man's house were the only good things about it. The parents had one trait shared between them and that was "being awful people", whilst the daughter had one trait and that was "needing therapy of the psychiatric and speech kind". It was slow, it was pretentious, it was boring. And it shouldn't have been billed as a comedy, let alone released in cinemas. Bad film, bad time.

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