Started late with this whole "movie watching" thing. Hope I can catch up.
I can’t fully allow myself to like a film that I know has critical acclaim so I’ll say this: in 1999, this film couldn’t have come at a better time. It’s so topical while still being so outdated. In a age of “eat the rich” this and “tear down capitalism” that, I think it works but at the same time doesn’t. It has been ripped and torn and morphed into some anthem for lost souls of a lost generation but…