I didn't really have the best viewing experience for this movie and didn't really get to sink into it as much as I'd've liked (just a lot of distraction), but my first impression is that it is probably the best movie I've seen this year thus far. The cast is great. I was a bit worried about both Amy Schumer and Beanie Feldstein, having found them obnoxious in other movies, but they fit right in. Amy Schumer, in particular, seriously…
This movie is missing something, or maybe it's more accurate to say that it has too much of something. It is a very basic story that has a lot of unnecessary extraneous characters. It manages to give most of them arcs, but you end up with a story that has a lot of mini stories that only consist of about 90 seconds or so of screentime, and it kind of muddles and crowds the main story a bit too much.…
Here's the deal: this documentary does raise some interesting questions, and the questions that it asks as well as the connections that are found within it may warrant some concern, but the film itself is a trainwreck. A broken clock can be right twice a day, but it is still a broken clock.
There's a good stretch where I... guess... it's fine by YouTube video quality standards (warning: these standards are extremely low!!!), but the ending tries to go all…
Man, I didn’t laugh once, this was wack! Watched spontaneously because a friend of mine wouldn’t shut up about him in high school. It just feels like some annoying guy I don’t know coming up to me at some mildly awkward situation like waiting in line and doing a full on set of mediocre riffs on everything around us, while I’m trying to signal to him that none of this is funny and he should please leave me be.