I really need to take some time to note all the movies I’ve missed logging cuz oh boy I’m really surprised I missed this one. This is straight up one of the best movies of the 90s I’ve ever seen.
Fun trash...very deluded and indulgent though. It’s internalized conservatisms are showing very hard with this one; a product of its time, and not in a very good way. I watched this just to have seen it, and honestly that’s essentially what this is to me; there’s very little substance that’s not inherently reductive and tone deaf as hell.
Kevin Smith’s Tusk is honestly so much better.
Frederick Wiseman documentaries should be required viewing for high schoolers, especially private school high schoolers. Some rich twats could really use to be knocked down a few pegs after watching a 3 hour long doc about a welfare office, at least in time for them to be adults. I know that’s a very chaotic idea, but I think it could be a good one.
Yoga Hosers is better than this by miles; this is pure trash. The cinematography is frustrating, the dialogue is sub par, and the concept is boring; I genuinely don’t understand the hype, this is seriously a bad movie. There’s a couple genuine jokes in this movie, but not enough to feel comfortable labeling this a comedy. The main character in this movie challenges himself to not get off the couch for a very long time, and I can’t help but…