Sunday, April 23, 2006

Me and You and Everyone We Know

This is the most perfect movie since Sideways. Funny, awkward and at times poetic. I was laughing out loud at bizarre beautiful scenes that would not translate so I'll not even try to describe them. The movie if full of uncomfortable moments, but not in a trying too hard sort of way and the film never goes of the deep end into gross-ville. It's only as disquieting as most of our actual lives are prone to be at least once in awhile. Yes, this is perhaps the most vague film review of all time. Ah the pleasures of The Blog! I can get away with murder. What I really want to say is just, check out this unique, beautiful film. You'll be glad you did. Oh, and I'd also like to say:



Jason_Alley said...

Couldn't really step to this one. I just found it a little too pretentious and self-conscious, and the "edgier" stuff I've just seen done better in other movies.

I understand all the reasons why lots of other people like it, but I just couldn't get into it.

KLJ said...

Well Jason, I think it's quite clear that YOU LIKE DEF LEOPARD! SO SHUT YOUR CAKE HOLE!

Really though, I love you man.
Sorry the back and forth didn't do it for you.

I hope we can at least agree on the brilliance of Sideways?

Jason_Alley said...

Of course! There was no spoken word in "Sideways". Haha!

Jason_Alley said...

But I'd take Def Leppard's "Let's Get Rocked" video over either of them! So there!