Hit and Run
Hit and Run
I liked Hit and Run, but I would hardly classify it as a quality film. Pretty flimsy story, but some sweet car action. The '67 Continental is bad-ass.
You're referring to Magnolia, yes? I'd be interested to hear why it's your favorite. I just love all of PTA's films and can't wait to see what else he comes up with; he hasn't been making films all that long.
I hate that it's so difficult to see good films as they come out. The Salt Lake Film Society does a good job of bringing in a variety of films to The Broadway in downtown SLC, but I don't ever remember Holy Motors being there. I'll definitely be jumping on the first chance I have to see it.
I had the exact same reaction to the trailer. When it came out and was getting good reviews, my friend was like, "well, maybe we should give it a shot." We both hated it. It makes me cringe that so many American critics gave it positive feedback.
Oh, and I believe you mentioned that you liked Seven Psychopaths? I can't remember the last time I laughed so hard in theaters. But I felt like it started to fall apart in the last 20 minutes, or so. Overall, I really enjoyed it, but probably not as much as In Bruges.
Prometheus was good for me.
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