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Under the Silver Lake

Under the Silver Lake

2018
Comedy
Suspense/Thriller
2h 19m
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Avg Percentile 53.36% from 966 total ratings

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Rated 08 Jun 2019
79
86th
A Lynchian Big Lebowski. I was entranced throughout. I blame no one for seeing this as pretentious nonsense, but I am choosing to enjoy this life. And I enjoyed the hell out of this. That piano speech was something else and all I could do was fathom the copyright costs. Pretty amazing. Andrew Garfield is slowly becoming my least favorite, favorite actor.
Rated 16 May 2018
21
5th
A try at a mysterious, dazed, and slightly psychotic L.A. detective story that miscalculates our investment in a grungy loser's creepy fascination with conspiracy theories. Of course he's looking for a girl, or rather girls, who in fantasy sequences consistently bark at him. It's pointlessly uncomfortable, just like the anachronistic noir style that doesn't capture the chill and danger of the modern city at all. There's a stink to this film.
Rated 16 Sep 2019
85
82nd
Why is every pool in LA somehow also the pool from Sunset Blvd.? One could get caught up in lore and conspiracy (LA Times 01/29/1934) but every Angelino knows there's a perversity in the air; a sickness that propels idiots to ascendancy and/or nothingness, that keeps this city running smoothly: "The whole place seemed to have been stricken with a kind of paralysis, out of beat with the rest of the world, crumbling apart in slow motion." This film simply replaced a pool with a lake.
Rated 17 Sep 2019
5
91st
A hallucinogenic portrait of LA as a Frankenstein's monster of its own pop cultural ghosts; where, everywhere he turns, our buffoonish protagonist can't help but stumble into a reference (Vertigo, Rear Window, countless noirs, Shane Black, even Jacques Tourneur's Cat People) to the city's silver-screen past. All the while, he plumbs the depths of his own obsessions to figure out whether or not there's any meaning to it all - a question that's only partially answered. But who cares? What a blast.
Rated 26 May 2019
80
90th
Aw man, people really do suck sometimes. Calling this movie 'mysoginistic', because it shows men treating women superficially, is along the same lines of logic as calling schindler's list 'antisemitic', because it shows men killing jews. And the only thing this reveals, is that you don't have the slightest idea how to deduct a message from something, if it isn't handed to you on a silver lake...err plate.
Rated 23 Jan 2019
30
18th
I really tried to enjoy this movie, but they kept finding ways to ruin the fun. Was it destroyed by stupid vampire elements? Perhaps it was the extremely cheesy creepy old man who writes all the music with hidden crazy messages in them? At times it was worse than roll-you-eyes bad. The plot was idiotic at best. In any case, I got so tired of it by the end that I wished I had just walked out at the beginning.
Rated 17 Mar 2019
40
37th
Basically the Anaconda Malt Liqour scene in Black Dynamite for 140 minutes (only not as good).
Rated 02 Sep 2019
80
77th
I'm tellin ya, man, this whole movie is a coded 'fuck you' to Harvey Weinstein, I'll show ya, take a look inside my pizza box, you'll see
Rated 13 Jun 2019
45
34th
Pretentious mumbo jumbo with a hard on for David Lynch! That fucking piano scene was the shit though. Next time, add more old man face smashing and less red herrings and story lines that go nowhere.
Rated 05 May 2019
62
22nd
A game effort at a Lynchian/Hitchcockian hybrid (with echoes of DONNIE DARKO); this starts as a captivatingly surreal mystery, maintaining interest for about an hour, before it drinks its own Kool-Aid and becomes a numbing hodge-podge of conspiracy ideas, which are ultimately pretty dull and uninteresting. Garfield is essentially the whole show, and he remains a compelling presence throughout; in isolation, the Hitchcock tributes (and CHINATOWN shout-out) work well. Possibly worthy of a rewatch.
Rated 27 Jan 2019
60
23rd
There are some excellent scenes (the piano scene, a conversation near the end of the movie, etc), but this didn't do it for me as a whole like it should have. Filmed like a throwback to the classic noirs but with a really weird story, it can't maintain that kind of suspense that the best movies in the genre can. It's really disappointing because all of the strange elements should have lead to a memorable movie but it was mostly just long and a little tedious at times.
Rated 17 Oct 2020
89
96th
An absurdist neo-noir for the millennial generation. It's a world where everything is connected, nothing makes sense, and elites live in their own little world, conniving their best to keep the 99% down where they belong while they are completely blind to it. So, you know, it's like a perfectly accurate representation of America.
Rated 21 May 2020
20
3rd
Seems to be made by a guy who has seen a lot of good old movies, or at least clips from them, and has read a lot of clever books, or at least paragraphs from them, and has been given carte blanche to show us all that he has learned. Of all the many influences and references, perhaps the key one is THE LONG GOODBYE, but unlike that melancholy masterpiece about a slouchy LA detective without a clue, this seems to offer nothing but a lifeless and barren desert that stretches on and on. DOA. Avoid.
Rated 24 Jan 2019
1
16th
The only good thing about this film was...eh...nothing.
Rated 20 Jan 2019
40
19th
A misfire that was (both figuratively and literally) not my speed. I think that I would have been able to forgive a lot of the silly and/or indulgent elements if the mystery had actually amounted to something.
Rated 07 Dec 2018
63
60th
Ambitious and intriguing sophomore work by the maker of "It Follows", it's one of those very oneiric alternate-timeframe neo-noir adventures like Gilliam's "Brazil" or, moreso, PTA's "Inherent Vice", but set in the (mock) 90s and sex-obsessed. I found it a little noncommittal, often appearing to feign depth before taking refuge in silly humor. It isn't quite the scary mindfuck it might have been. Nonetheless, there's quirky fun in watching this, and I appreciate its intricacy.
Rated 20 Apr 2019
55
32nd
This film is the definition of pretentious : Claiming or demanding a position of distinction or merit, especially when unjustified. Filmmakers bring no new ideas to the table : rich people are crazy, Hollywood runs on exploiting the young and the beautiful and everything is a remix of previous human endeavour. And yet reference better films from Hitchcock, Siegel and Altman. This film could have been cut down to 90 minutes and lost none of its message.
Rated 24 Jan 2019
73
79th
Mulholland Drive + Inherent Vice + Hitchcock + Terry Gilliam?
Rated 06 Oct 2018
61
37th
I had higher expectations from the director. Fun to watch, should have been definitely shorter. Bullshit story.
Rated 07 Nov 2019
85
90th
David Robert Mitchell exists at the border of past and present, fantasy and realism. The term neo-noir is thrown around a lot these days but Garfield's disenfranchisement with modern society and generational change really earns it.
Rated 01 Apr 2019
80
84th
Pynchonian web of odd sub-plots and characters, the main theme seeming to be about our obsession with pop culture and how it bleeds into and defines our lives. Andrew Garfield's character goes farther and farther off the deep end in trying to decipher codes and messages in popular music, movies and magazines (while he should be trying to find a job instead since he's on the brink of eviction) only to find a fittingly absurd conspiracy of escapism at the end of it. Stylewise it's a treat, too.
Rated 24 May 2020
80
73rd
I'm kind of fascinated by this movie. It's definitely not the Lynchian masterpiece that Mitchell might have been going for here, but it has a lot of really promising qualities. Garfield's performance, the great visuals and interesting story all lead to a really interesting watch that's hard to describe outside of Hollywood Lynch worship. I liked it, even if I might not have understood everything.
Rated 28 Jan 2019
72
26th
This movie is like Inherent Vice if Inherent Vice had a random shot of poop in a toilet for no reason
Rated 28 Jul 2019
63
19th
I see what DRM's trying to do. I hate how he's doing it. It's like if 'Inherent Vice' or 'The Big Lebowski' were less funny, less unique, less captivating. Somewhere in the film DRM wants to make some pointed messages about popular art and consumerism and artistic translation and the act of creation and the Male Gaze and the objectification of women in show business and god knows what else but I couldn't parse it all out over the sound of his huffing his own farts.
Rated 14 Feb 2020
100
99th
50s Hollywood noir, 80s action-adventure films, Lynchian rabbit holes into the unknown. Sacred objects and spaces, objectively and emotionally. All the world's mysteries have been cracked, but how do They themselves connect, internally and externally. Why pop culture is meaningful, how it becomes us, and why that can be harmful. The toxicity of being nurtured by artifical heroes who succeed in a fake world, but the sympathy of why one would recede entirely, to the place where meaning was born.
Rated 04 Nov 2018
81
79th
Re-watch needed. But I like these hazy neo-noir things
Rated 07 Sep 2019
20
2nd
Like a 12-year old tried to make a Lynchified version of Inherent Vice, without actually having seen any David Lynch (what is the 'songwriter' scene doing here?) Nothing in it works. Like watching a noir from the perspective of a minor character who's terribly paranoid - except that his paranoia turns out to be correct (and based on nothing). There are two horrible scenes where he guesses at a puzzle and then it turns out to be correct. Either a parody or a fever dream.
Rated 26 Dec 2018
80
85th
I didn't think I needed a stoner Twin Peaks movie about a loner in LA trying to decode pop music in order to find his missing neighbor -- discovering an entire world of paranoia, obsessions and conspiracies through cereal boxes, a suicidal zine writer about a half Owl, half human assassin, a dog killer, a songwriter responsible for everything we love about pop culture, a homeless king, a bunker for rich men waiting for ascension in the company of young women. Ready Player One for grown-ups.
Rated 12 Jul 2019
4
74th
A conspiracy thriller about obsession in the information age, the destruction of pop idols, and the devouring maw of a consumer's paradise. It's a scatter of well trodden territory, and this film exists in the realm of The Big Lebowski or Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, other comedies about amateur sleuths diving out of their element and down the rabbit hole of L.A. Silver Lake's dizzy spiral of dangling threads is occasionally scary, often hilarious, and so irresistibly weird. It's a hell of a thing.
Rated 03 Feb 2021
82
78th
A sequel in spirit to Inherent Vice that takes the philosophy of the old-school postmodernists and translates it for Gen X. Gone is any sense of history or purpose. There is only voyeurism, meaningless sex, and the slow unmasking of the depraved structure of the modern metropolis. The dive into paranoia and conspiracies is different now that the iconic cultural tropes have been revealed as coming from sex abusers and dirty old men. The author is dead and we are left with tombs and tombstones.
Rated 18 Oct 2018
86
94th
A rambling, unwieldy modern noir mystery that goes full-on bonkers and somehow pulls it off against all odds.
Rated 18 Dec 2019
86
94th
(MULHOLLAND VICE)
Rated 16 Jan 2019
69
39th
This film hit that emotional sweet spot that I have involving parties hidden in the cracks of walls. And the specific aesthetic that reflects my nostalgia is thrown in there for good measure. But otherwise if you didn't like the film, I fully understand. It's sluggish, overestimates its depth, and is unaware of how many times the gross reality of Hollywood's underbelly has been exposed in the past.
Rated 23 Jan 2019
38
14th
Mumbo-jumbo...
Rated 04 Jan 2019
38
17th
Wannabe and pointless. I would expect more from a film that references The Legend of Zelda.
Rated 20 Sep 2020
85
76th
It's been a while since a movie was able to surprise me this much. By that I mean the scope of this film truly caught me off guard. I love how it mixes old Hollywood with the LA indie scene. Given the subject matter the film has a sort of confidently eccentric vibe in places. The score also does a great job of establishing the Noir nature of it all. Now that being said, you certainly feel every minute of the movie's runtime, but ultimately this is still a journey very much worth taking.
Rated 18 Dec 2020
30
21st
Tries really hard for a Pynchon vibe (Lynch too to a lesser extent), but the mystery and setting is predicated on shallow readings of popular culture, and Garfield is not charismatic enough to tie it together. Because it doesn't work it also feels twice as long as it actually is.
Rated 09 Jul 2019
71
41st
Amidst its crazed sensibility, purposeful obscurity, and attention-grabbing LA-styled nightmarish surrealism, what makes this work so solidly is its sense of humour and sense of self-awareness. There's a lot to unpack in this self-reflexive and cineliterate affair, not all of it good (I'm torn on whether some of the later plot points work for what this film is), but it is a very amusing and humorous story that will generate conversation -- I'd much rather this than another It Follows.
Rated 13 Dec 2019
50
22nd
A mid-2000s manic pixie dream girl coming-of-age meets detective movie except all of the impossibly hot and horny girls are even more lazily written than a played-out stock character I thought we had moved beyond. I would have loved this movie as a fourteen year old for obvious reasons. Where the film really fails is in assuming the audience's sympathy for the idiot protagonist and his conspiracy nonsense. It's 'Mulholland Drive' lite but what you're imagining is probably better.
Rated 23 Apr 2019
60
10th
Turns out being Pynchon isn't as easy as it looks.
Rated 19 Dec 2018
5
0th
Having women bark like dogs doesn't make your movie clever or cool, it just makes it misogynistic, whether intentional or not. I'm embarrassed and ashamed for Garfield for being a part of this.
Rated 10 Apr 2020
61
25th
Under the Silver Lake is a weird and eclectic array of scenes that eventually form a narrative, but not before you lose a little bit of your sanity. Part erotic thriller with noir motifs, part off-beat comedy, with perhaps some commentary on the state of the Hollywood rich and elite. The soundtrack tries too hard to create an atmosphere of eerieness but only serves to highlight the film's emptiness. The scene with Bobb as the Songwriter is great, but the film is more effort than its worth.
Rated 27 Jan 2020
5
73rd
he's the one who likes all our pretty songs, and he likes to sing along, and he likes to shoot his gun, but he knows not what it means. and/or: he's a negative creep, and he's stoned. reddit gets the The Social Network it deserves, an insufferable piece of shit that i think about all the time because it's everywhere.
Rated 20 Jul 2018
70
18th
Insufferably long and not that interesting.
Rated 05 Apr 2020
55
9th
Yikes. Like a bad attempt to copy Vertigo and combine it with Blue Velvet but with the dullness and aimlessness of Inherent Vice. There's some cool shots though.
Rated 11 Sep 2019
6
70th
Andrew Garfield has like twenty willing honeys ready to ride his dick in this movie. It’s all pretty inscrutable but weird in a way I had a chuckle at, wrapping a fairly conventional follow-the-clues mystery around a healthy dose of “wtf?” May be the first theatrically released movie ever to feature both Super Mario Bros and like ten pairs of naked boobs.
Rated 31 Dec 2018
20
3rd
31 December 2018 & yarisinda biraktim. hipster tuzagi.
Rated 05 Oct 2019
90
94th
Exactly what I needed right now. A film from and for a time and place where and when something's just gotta give. Funny but deeply felt, and well-constructed, with nearly every scene feeling fresh and key.
Rated 02 Aug 2019
69
51st
A film that is too absurd to be amusing but not absurd enough to be funny
Rated 29 Jan 2019
59
53rd
I'm a sucker for weird shit and there was plenty of that in here to keep me entertained. Walking home from the theatre I couldn't quite shake the feeling that if Topher Grace were a movie, he'd be Under The Silver Lake: Capable enough, sure, but I get why some people find him incredibly annoying.
Rated 01 Oct 2018
39
35th
Nothing more than a Lynch parody
Rated 22 Dec 2018
6
41st
6-
Rated 09 Jul 2019
70
46th
An Inherent Vice-like story with Southland Tales goofiness and Lynchian mystique. That may make it sound better than it actually is, but I really haven't decided how I feel about it. Something often rubs me the wrong way about a film that seems to be trying to be cult. Still, it is gorgeously shot and Garfield is magnetic.
Rated 10 Dec 2020
90
89th
coom
Rated 11 Dec 2019
67
22nd
The film never gives us a reason to care about Sarah or Sam and the journey they both undertake. The film leads us on a two hour, twenty-minute quest across Los Angeles and the final reveal is something undeserving of the sheer bonkers film-making that comes before it.
Rated 24 Nov 2019
4
56th
A bit of an eye raise after It Follows’ cringe. I really like some of the ideas / atmosphere here.
Rated 17 Feb 2024
76
50th
Garfield is very funny in the role and there are some interesting themes of the around how obsessive media consumption is used to fill holes within us and about rings of alienation emanating outwards from the small core of people who are actually "important." Some of it works, some of it doesn't, but Garfield is consistently funny throughout as a socially awkward maladaptive.
Rated 17 Dec 2018
85
90th
it follows'un görece minimal imgelemine karşı kalabalığın ötesinde aynı anda saldırgan, anlayışlı ve alaycı bir anlatı kurulunca biraz daha yorucu gelebiliyor. fakat "ha battı ha batacak" derken böyle bir filmi yüzdürmeyi başarmak şaşırtıcı. popüler kültürden bu derece beslenip ona içkin şeylere de bu kadar uzakmış gibi bakabilmek özel bir şey. başka filmlerle kişisel gözüken ama esasen ambalajlı bir hikayede gezintiye çıkmış gibi.
Rated 22 Feb 2024
13
31st
no bury me under the silver lake
Rated 27 Jan 2019
80
67th
Great – fun and playful, has a spooky fantasy-ish flavor to it. Though not without some tiresome issues, an overall very enjoyable watch.
Rated 23 Mar 2020
50
20th
More stoner film than noir. Aesthetically, I think it would work better as a television series. It is an interesting depiction of the social scene in LA: everyone seems to be on the same level, and you can walk into any party in your pajamas.
Rated 27 May 2023
80
69th
Quite enjoyable throughout. Interesting portrayal of a mental breakdown with delicious Lynchian vibes.
Rated 08 Oct 2018
5
81st
Needs a re-watch because the theatre audience I saw it with was terrible. This was good tho. Very Long Goodbye/Inherent Vice like.
Rated 22 Sep 2019
80
68th
I dunno, I mean...if you're shooting for Pynchon and Lynch you're really shooting for the stars, so I don't begrudge some of the failures here because the guy really goes for it and how can you not respect that. (He's definitely read Gravity's Rainbow a couple of times.) I mean, there's like half an hour AFTER the Jeremy Bobb scene somehow? Good lord.
Rated 08 Oct 2018
80
72nd
Rexx
Rated 24 May 2023
78
4th
This one started with potential but really lost me along the way. Too long, self-indulgent and bizarre for my taste. Can't recommend it. Points for a solid performance by Andrew Garfield and the rest of the cast though.
Rated 10 Jun 2022
30
7th
Tries to pull a Lot 49 but it just doesn't work.
Rated 09 Apr 2020
82
62nd
The sum is less than the parts. It seems to have all the makings of something great, without it actually being great. It is hard to pin-point why...
Rated 04 Dec 2022
69
27th
I couldn't decide if this movie is too ambitious or not ambitious enough. Works great as a tribute to classic noirs and has some solid ideas, yet it cannot seem to pull itself together.
Rated 31 Mar 2022
42
18th
Inherent Vice for the 500 Days of Summer crowd. I'll add 10 points if I find out the bird lady is really his mom. Edit: Which bird lady? Good question. The one he...spoilers.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
40
6th
I didn't get it. USC film school thesis material made someone with good connections in Hollywood. Tries to be neo-noir, turns out.... I don't even know. Very stylized and self-referential and of the late 2010s era. Not really in a good way
Rated 26 Sep 2023
85
67th
A bit of Lynch style(especially Mulholland Dr), a bit of Hitchcock(film noir), sort of “Brazil”, but not really. It’s such a good blend of different genres and put very well together. It always keeps you on the edge and entertained. It needed something else though. Not sure what it is, but something was missing. The ending was also a bit too much in the air. Regardless, love the style.
Rated 15 Oct 2023
67
52nd
As a mystery comedy like 'The Big Lebowski' or 'Inherent Vice' the movie falls flat as it tries to hard to confuse you without any substance. As a critique of incel culture it works much better.
Rated 06 Apr 2022
74
76th
A luring world to drift around in. Could have gone on for days and I wouldn't have minded.
Rated 30 May 2022
65
27th
longo demais
Rated 13 Jun 2019
86
91st
Defuq did I just watch
Rated 10 Aug 2018
80
77th
Before the movie starts, my expectations where low. Was it the director, was it the "script". Or just the combination. The first twenty minutes, the music was not fitting the movie. Later it was doing the movie better. The music belongs to a thriller in the 60s. There is a strange mix of happenings in the movie. The detective work is some time cheap. The movie that came in mind with this one was "Inherent Vice". The director could have been David Lynch. Watch and let you surprise you.
Rated 17 Jun 2019
85
82nd
Supersized, but not bloated. The heaviness of the male gaze is uncomfortable, but not without meaning. Alternately and simultaneously hilarious, creepy, thrilling, and thought-provoking. The set pieces are excellent, what seems to be a sort of specialty David Robert Mitchell, considering for instance the swimming pool scene in It Follows. Another excellent film for him.
Rated 02 Jan 2019
63
25th
Under the Silver Lake; Hitchcock, Kubrick ve hatta Terry Gilliam'dan referans alıp filmi şahlara çıkarayım derken David Robert Mitchell'in kurgusuyla uçurumdan aşağı kendini atan bir film. O kadar güzel bir potansiyeli var ki bunu sadece Andrew Garfield ve sahne yönetimiyle kurtarmaya çalışmak filmi özgür değil, tutsak ediyor. Çok yaratıcı bir senaryo ve hikayeye sahip olması bir filmin çok iyi olduğu anlamına asla gelmez.
Rated 24 Jan 2019
70
57th
Komple teorileri, David Lynch tadı, güzel müzikler, Hollywood göndermeleri ile filmin sonuna kadar merakla geldim. Tekrar izleme isteği uyandırdı ki bu güzel birşey.
Rated 19 Dec 2023
77
64th
This is a weird but interesting film. Andrew Garfield is great in the lead role. The script is original and keeps you interested the entire way. Overall I would recommend this film.
Rated 12 Oct 2018
80
75th
17. Filmekimi - Beyoğlu Sineması.
Rated 11 May 2019
69
28th
I had to.
Rated 02 Aug 2023
67
76th
WoW!! What a Bizarre Interesting Cult Film!!! Complicated Mix of Genres + lots of Movie References!!! This Unique Satire should be watched again!!
Rated 23 Dec 2018
75
59th
Mitchell'in abartılı ve nostaljiye bağımlı tarzını çok sevmesem de bu filmde gerçekten zor ve hassas bir dengeyi çok iyi tutturmuş. Zaman zaman gerekenden biraz daha fazla şey söylese de genel olarak film boyunca tutturabildiği ton çok başarılı. Sürekli değişen genre tonları bazen yorucu olsa da yapmaya çalıştığını bu kadar iyi başaran bir yönetmen seyretmek oldukça ferahlatıcı.
Rated 21 Jan 2020
75
58th
Millenial Pynchon
Rated 18 May 2019
10
1st
I don't get it.
Rated 11 Jun 2019
84
79th
There is a kind reading of it (he goes through a break-up) and a harsh one (he is a psychopath that hates women and kills dogs). And both work. Throw in that this is a perfect playground for Hollywood and its obsessions and that's just the surface. We haven't even talked about the meta-comment on puzzles and how this movie is a (fake?) puzzle itself. I mean, talking about a rich text, my gosh! Mitchell is such a talented deconstructionist!
Rated 22 Oct 2019
70
58th
I like the way it captures how overstimulating and exhausting modern life can be in terms of sensory overload/the media we have to disentangle and make sense of on a daily basis, then how the simultaneity of this can feed into paranoid ideation/delusions etc. Feels really derivative though and borrows way too much from things like Inherent Vice/Mulholland Drive.
Rated 21 May 2019
30
20th
I love the mix of creepy and ridiculous. Sadly it doesn't keep the tone very well for the whole duration. Also the immense amount of references (and the similarities with Mulholland Dr. and Inherent Vice) take away from the film personality.
Rated 04 Jan 2020
80
87th
Kind of similar to Inherent Vice or The Big Lebowski, with an added Owl-Lady. And more dog murder aswell.
Rated 26 Mar 2021
2
13th
Very well filmed and somewhat creative overall, but also rather banal. It didn't hold my attention at all for more than 5 seconds at a time, and I was glad when it was over.
Rated 16 May 2019
78
48th
I love this for its obnoxious, Lynch-ian taste and the over exaggerated shots at pop culture. Silly and not quite for everyone.
Rated 09 Apr 2024
73
66th
Wow. Didn't realize I was getting into a Lynchian fever dream. Garfield is fantastic in this. There's a lot to unpack, but without spoiling anything I'll recommend checking out the subreddit for the film upon your conclusion if you're interested in further sleuthing of some of the hidden meanings. This movie was over 2 hours but felt closer to 6 in parts. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but time felt different watching it. This leaves more of an impression than expected. Strong 7.3.
Rated 18 Mar 2024
20
7th
A film begging you to read greater meaning into every line of dialogue and every carefully crafted shot, but without making you care enough to want to go through the trouble.
Rated 23 Mar 2021
2
11th
I think it was supposed to be funny?
Rated 16 Sep 2018
87
79th
A fun, weird, cryptic movie. Something of a puzzle that rumble in my head even 3 months later. The film is somewhat slow and wont resolve everything, it can bother you a lot.
Rated 09 Feb 2019
59
38th
This schizophrenic tale doesn't bring anything new to the table and is ultimately just a very unrewarding watch that borrows too much from other movies.

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