Just a mysterious film critic wearing white gloves and a lil top hat.
I don’t think critics know what to do with comedies. Comedy is all about writing, acting, timing, direction. Those aspects are obviously part of any film but in comedy those things are paramount. Comedy doesn’t need to have a moral or to say something profound to be a roaring success. In fact, most if the time it shouldn’t? Sometimes that ruins comedy. Anyway, loved it, and found humor in the truth and profanity of it all. One of the most enjoyable movies I’ve seen this year.
Finally, the moment we've all been waiting for, when we get to watch the NC-17 version of Marilyn Monroe's fictionalized (and therefore) not-quite-biopic directed by a man!
Before I even saw Blonde, I was forewarned by the one person I knew who had already seen it: "Don't watch it."
But I literally had to watch it, so I did, bringing with me a hopefulness that I might see something different in the film and, who knows, even enjoy it? But…