Ian Lindsey’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Whoever told me to be quiet, fuck you! Learn to appreciate art motherfucker!" - woman who jumped up and shouted at the back of the theater the instant the lights came up
I hadn't planned on revisiting this so soon but I felt like seeing a double feature and the showtimes lined up. I'm glad that I did because I ended up enjoying it a good deal more the second time through. It was much easier to go along for the ride and enjoy the aesthetics this time instead of willing it to be something different. Oddly enough though, I found it a lot less funny on this watch. It's still a decidedly flawed movie but it's a more coherent whole than I gave it credit for the first time.
I was happily surprised that this was playing to a theater that was more than half full this late in the run. Glad that I got to see this with an audience.