Next time I feel like getting hopelessly depressed to the point that I want to jump off a bridge, I'll dig this out and watch it again. Even the very ending couldn't redeem it in my book....
Yeah, there are so many good movies I will see someday when I can handle the depression.I saw The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus last night. (The Terry Gilliam/Heath Ledger movie)I am also inspired and depressed. It was AMAZING, and strange.
That movie was haunting. The kind your glad you watched but can never watch again. Dh and I were a mess during it.
Wow...sounds like a rollicking romp of a movie.I read the plot synopsis on IMBD. I am curious enough about it now that I think I may grab it.
Smitty,We both thought it was an excellent movie. Thought provoking... but crazy depressing. You see it all coming and yet it is still really sad. It isn't even the things that happen that are sad just the empathy factor. I think they did a great job of really showing that level of remorse/unworthiness. I didn't delete it off our Tivo... and that is saying something.
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