I can think of nothing that wasn't improved. It's undeniably Zack's vision through and through, all of his visual and character strengths along with divisive needle drops and his sometimes awkward way of framing humor in the midst of heavy dramatic stakes. Victor and Barry benefit big-time from more backstory and more explanation helps clear up the overall plot. It's riveting from start to finish; the time just flies by and the film flows beautifully from one chapter to the…
"Guy wants to name his cock Macho? That's okay by me."
Much like Eastwood's delivery of the above line of dialogue, the film's plot is fairly bland and its themes very blunt. "Cry Macho" is a slowed down opportunity for elderly Cowboy Clint to meander across the Southwest and Mexico as he reflects on his own life and career while bonding with the young son of a friend at the opposite end of his life. Though I found the opening…
So, yeah, very different watching as an adult compared to the countless times I viewed this on repeat as a kid. There are plenty of things I could criticize about this, like the acting... oof, the acting... but honestly who really cares? This is a story with some seriously dark themes, yes, though it's also about imagination and that's what the film provides in such an amazing way. The sheer creativity of the interactive fantasy world concept rocks. Who wouldn’t…
“There are only two industries that call their customers 'users' - illegal drugs and software.”
The most terrifying thing about watching this documentary is how much of this information on the dangers of social media I feel like I already knew, and yet I actively ignore it all because I'm addicted to the high of the drug.