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Overall pretty fun but some things aged pretty poorly. And I was actually so surprised to see that much on screen nudity given the time and what not and was relieved when I saw that the girls were 19 and 20 when they shot this. Cause they looked so incredibly young.
Sean Penn plays convincingly and overall the whole thing has its moments but I feel like Dazed and Confused is in every aspect the better film. And I can't…
''A badge is scarier than a gun''
''You can't cheat your way to quality''
''America is on fire right now, and until that fire is extinguished, don't nothin' else mean a goddamn thing.''
Sad how a story that takes place in the 60s can be this fucking contemporary.
I saw it on a plane so it didn't really have the effects on me that it should or could have. But it was still very moving, goosebumps in parts and the…
Absolutely insane. But great filmmaking. I never felt so high after a film before. Literally like I was having the bad trip with them. And that's pretty powerful filmmaking if you ask me. It has all the ingredients as well, a road trip, a dope car, loads of drugs, criticism of America, some incredibly funny one liners and actors who've seen some shit in their time too. The visuals are insane, some parts of the story are disturbing but my…
While watching I wanted to give it 2 1/2 stars. It just isn't my type of film, it felt very documentarily, I never even thought it was acted enjoyably, it's literally beyond me how Frances got another Oscar for this, but overall it has some pretty pictures and the story, although depressing can be somewhat thought-provoking.
But then I did some research and found out that other than Fern and Dave everyone else is literally a poor struggling nomad living…