Filmmaker with three movies with Kung in the title.
"Take a day out of your life and love me."
I watched this a couple of days ago but couldn't quite log it. If what the documentary say is true it is fucking horrible and there is no denying that.
But as a documentary it is... lacking. As it is now, it feels like another crazy tabloid story. I am NOT saying that it is, I am only talking about the movie itself and how it is crafted. Every single one in this is... guessing. Throwing theories on the wall…
The funniest part of this is how, at one point, Patricia Arquette questions the premise of the movie and asks: "Is this a comedy or something?" and I was thinking the very same thing! Is this supposed to be funny? Entertaining? A... character study? What the hell IS this?! (D-does it want me to join a cult..?)
I'm starting to think that Leonard Nimoy might've actually been an emotionless Vulcan for real.
Also: How can a movie be this weird and SO predictable at the same time?
I loved this but I couldn't stop thinking about how they would ruin a remake by shoving James Corden into it. I think you are forced by law to do that these days?
And couldn't they find anybody older than Fred Astaire? I mean, he is barely convincing as Aubrey Hepburn's grandpawaitwhyaretheykissing?