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Go Go Rent this Flick
written by AHidalgo August 17, 2003 - 1:44 PM PDT
5 out of 9 members found this review helpful
Never has gang rape, suicidal tendencies, and the urge to serial kill been made to look so cool and hip.

Of course, the mellow jazz score helps convey this, as does the beautiful scene of the crime which comes across like Picasso's Guernica.

The film is not as exploitative as the title sounds, and actually involves two well developed and internally troubled characters looking for a reason to keep on living.

If you like early pre-1968 Godard, this contemporary film from the other side of the globe (Japan) may make you wish you had searched deeper for similarly smart, light, and amusing fare from the sixties.

Plus at just over one hour, do you have something better to do??

What wasn't said.
written by AandM June 27, 2003 - 1:41 AM PDT
3 out of 12 members found this review helpful
It was a hotter kind of night. Working at night - The childishly frontward opening acts and a degree of patience reserved for further investigations of the cinematographic aspects.
Was this a very sad story we wondered? The girl with no where to turn lacks the self worth to keep clothed for more than a few seconds per scene. The boy who explains his demoralization as a whirlwind of yellow-toothed freaks who will take off anything save the standard issue gangster sunglasses in a half-comic half-imatational greaseball pillow fight.
I sat through it at least, in hopes. To me it seemed to be an artless wannabe of a lot of things we've already felt. I leave it feeling more remorse towards the pathetic director than the "demoralized teenagers" that should have been the lead characters.

Let's say you had pure intentions for seeing this movie, for real black and white timeless emotion I thought, "I Live In Fear" was great. For an interesting rendition of surprise and gore try "Texas Chainsaw Massacre."


(Average 6.40)
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