i no longer read about the goofs in films...it doesn't increase my enjoyment and these items crowd out other memorable features.mkiker2089 wrote:Some people like anything. I don't get it. Kind of like the people who like movies with mistakes. They think it's cool that you can see the boom here, or that character a has no gun in once scene and does in the other.
To each their own I suppose.
It's a weird film, that's for sure. It has some nice sequences--the opening credits as the workers trudge into the factory is well done. Meg Ryan's triple-role gets a little too precious at times, as though writer Patrick Shanley was wearing his Captain Obvious pajamas while writing..Bryan Pope wrote:I thought it was stupid when I first saw it in high school, but I have a better appreciation for it as an adult. Still no classic, though. At the very least, it did introduce "brain cloud" to my lexicon.
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