2 kids in a trenchcoat assuring you they can legally see an R rated movie.
Zack. buddy. you did it. congratulations, man. really.
but uhhhhh... what the fuck? I mean,
what the FUCK man?!
god this movie was so fun. the scares are unexpected but not cheap, the storytelling and timing leaves you dying for the plot to be unraveled, and the laughs are genuine and timely! this shit had me writhing in my seat one second, covering my face the next, and then laughing my ass off all in the same scene. great acting…
it's 9:46 PM. you're digging through the discount DVD bin at your local video store, looking for an under-rated movie to watch tonight. as you dig further, you find more and more titles you don't recognize. any average joe on the same mission would have picked a movie and gone home long ago, but you're not satisfied. you know you can do better. you just need to go deeper. you burrow your way through copies of Swordfish and Big Daddy…
I didn't like it. I thought I would at the start, but by about half-way through, I was just waiting for the movie to end. it felt ages longer than it actually was. I get how it's supposed to be this great metaphor but I just couldn't enjoy the message. the only good part, in my opinion, was the reverend's speech near the end. I thought that was beautifully poetic &, for me, it's the only saving grace of this film.