on May 01, 2016 @ 05:21 pm|
WARNING: MUST have wide-open mind for this morbidly hilarious film...
Ok - before we go any further, I really need you to know that if you offend easily - I tried to warn you. I tried three - now four times to make you turn back. If you read one more word further - I want you to accept that I will not feel responsible for your outrage or disgust at the film I am about to discuss.
Nor will I engage in any conversation that mirrors the previously mentioned negative feelings.
That doesn't mean others won't reply to you. Just I won't. So there.
Final warning. It's a tongue in cheek dark independent comedy, starring Hitler.
Now, that should do it. Those that should have left are hopefully gone. If there's still a few curious cats slinking around, let me guide you to the heaviest laughter you will have this decade...
Before you turn the 116-minute film on; Make sure you are alone or with another equally disturbed individual, such as yourself (and myself.. LOL!).
All viewers must have the capabilities to simultaneously silently read constant captions to themselves, watch every detail of the fore and background, whilst also paying exact care to read and decipher body language.
That is a lot to master. I'm sure a few more prospective viewers have left the room. Now, it's just us. Welcome, you freaky-minded introverted artistic intellectual. :)
Alright! Let's watch this together. After you have viewed it, your challenge will be to come back to this thread and post your personal rating of the film.
From 1 to 5 stars. Five stars, obviously, meaning top rated entertainment.
My follow-up post to this one will be exactly what I want to see from you. JUST your personal star rating.
Please do not say anything about the film. Just your star rating.
We don't want to ruin it for the rest of the Chicks.
Netflix: Look Who's Back
|***** on May 01, 2016 @ 05:22 pm|
FIVE STARS *****
|. on May 01, 2016 @ 05:32 pm|
Oh my goodness, haha okay I'll have to check this movie out. I'll rate it after I watch it.
|. on May 01, 2016 @ 05:44 pm|
Ièll have to check this movie out and let you know loll
|. on May 01, 2016 @ 06:23 pm|
I will have to check this film out. LOL
|Lol on May 01, 2016 @ 09:33 pm|
Thanks I'll check it out later this evening
|. on May 01, 2016 @ 11:35 pm|
I think sometimes you have to laugh about the sick things, that being said if you are a direct relative of a holocaust survivor, or jewish yourself it can be hard to see the funny side! I'm going to have to watch this though, I can laugh at most things, I love Cards Against Humanity! I'll be back :P
|. on May 02, 2016 @ 05:43 am|
I agree with you - it was hard to bring myself to watch it in the first place. Not that I'm a descendant of the survivors. It's because I am human, with a heart and soul that aches for my fellow humans that went through such torture and calamity.
The subject is obviously disturbing. The fact that this film even existed made me cringe and avoid it, at first. It was on my Netflix feed for more than a month by time I finally hit play.
Gotta say - I'm glad I did. Had some pretty good laughs - which, truth be told - brought a few tears at the same time. The film scored so high on my ratings because of the incredible range of emotions that was played by the extraordinarily talented cast.
I also feel that the comic relief embellishments with accompanying subtext was absolutely genius.
This is definitely not a movie for everyone. Basically, if you can sit through and laugh along with a Stanley Kubrick film, you will feel right at home watching this twisted piece by David Wnendt.
|Movies on May 04, 2016 @ 05:10 pm|
It was super hard for me to watch this movie- but I give it 5 stars
|***** on May 04, 2016 @ 10:25 pm|
5 stars yep I love ur warning I think I haven't laughed so hard at any other chicks posts
I'm a little odd laughed a lot at the film and have descendants who are both Jewish and German .....
|Oh my on May 05, 2016 @ 10:07 am|
I will definitely add this to my Netflix list. We don't take too much seriously :)