fuck bureaucratic corparate capitalism: the movie
So you're telling me Netflix just released the full director's cut of this film, and me and the boys didn't have to start a social media campaign so we could see our lord and savior Zackary Edward Snyder's complete intended glorious vision.
Netflix has firmly established itself as powerful entity outside of the traditional television network and these last few years they have being working on doing the same with the Hollywood film studio system. Netflix's production structure doesn't conform…
Antiporno explores female identity and sexual oppression in true Sono fashion. But it isn't the only film of his to do so. His psychosexual nightmare Guilty of Romance and surreal film Tag similarly tackle these themes. These three films could be seen as Sono's "woman of contemporary Japan" series with the exploration of the female condition at its core.
Antiporno is part of Nikkatsu's Roman Porno Reboot, a project set up to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the genre that…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I would just like to say that I gain no pleasure from having the contrarian opinion. I mostly go into every film with an open mind and and an optimistic view of enjoyment. So now onto the movie then.
I know I just said I go in with an open mind, but by God what the hell was that monstrosity of an opening. It makes Step Up look like a masterpiece. Filmed in one take for what reason? It adds…