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I loved It Follows and I’m loving this.
The collaboration between Mitchell and Disasterpeace is fantastic once again. (This is what an impressionistic soundtrack sounds like Mr Nolan). Visually it is very stimulating without smacking you about the face with technique.
Might not be for everybody. I imagine it might hit too close to home for a lot of young men aged between 22 and 35.
If it appears that the movie concerns itself with a flimsy predicament enhanced by arguably shallow pop culture aspects then that’s because it’s precisely what a significant proportion of the male population, like the main character,(played by Andrew Garfield who is superb too) preoccupy themselves with. “It’s as common as tits and hamburgers.”
“Your art. Your writing. Your culture, is the shell of other men’s ambitions. Ambitions beyond what you will ever understand.”
Time will tell on this. I’m sure of it.
Relatable? Hell no. But a little bit of weirdness helps the medicine go down and _Under the Silver Lake_ is a fine sort of movie to just let happen. The performances are decent, and sure, there’s a lot of wank happening here, but some originality too, and that goes a long way.
_Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._
A Bold Garfield Performance
This movie is in a few words: strange, intriguing, dull, intimate, and dare I say addictive. The plot is seems pretty simple enough yet as you watch you can get lost at the movies direction- it’s at times realistic and other times feels like the next scene will have something outer worldly happen. Regardless the protagonist (Andrew Garfield) whose almost a viewer himself just along for the ride except in real time is one of the movies real gems. It is definitely not for everyone rather it’s not for most I believe , as some may really find it boring and/or stupid however if you’re looking for something different and that will get your conspiracy senses tingling definitely one to watch.
If Mulholland Drive were written by a 9th grader
Let me preface this by saying I was very excited for this movie. I’m into mysteries, I’m into noir, I’m into giallo, I’m into people making things that are ambitious and unpredictable, I’m a sucker for Riley Keough, and I was a pretty big fan of IT FOLLOWS. But, I never could have imagined this…
With this film, David Robert Mitchell has basically solidified his position as the world’s new Richard Kelly. IT FOLLOWS was his DONNIE DARKO, and THIS is his SOUTHLAND TALES. Southland Tales is the ONLY movie that I find this truly comparable to.
First, it’s strengths: it is astronomically ambitious, unpredictable, and it will go WAY out of it’s way to try to be weird. You have to give anyone who is willing to go THAT FAR out on a limb a little bit of credit. But, aside from that, the casting of a few extremely good looking people, and the desire you’ll probably feel to continue observing this 2 hour and 20 minute freakshow just to see if the train wreck can get any uglier, the positives end there.
Now, let’s just talk about the most painful parts: Garfield’s character is impossible to take seriously the majority of the time. His portrayal of a smelly (people bring up how horrible he smells literally every 5 minutes throughout the film) timid weirdo is awkward in the wrong way – reminds me of Bradley Cooper in Silver Linings Playbook – you’re trying to be a weirdo but it’s not working – I see acting, I see trying. Then, he transforms into the Terminator in some really out-of-place sequences that would be really cool if they didn’t make such little sense in their placement. Second, this is a movie about Los Angeles that feels like it was made by someone who only knows as much as tourists know about Los Angeles. The locations are all the most cliche L.A. staples, which serve their purpose, but the majority of the characters feel like ignorant caricatures of what outsiders think L.A. people are like: yoga hippies, music producers, prostitutes, but all depthless interpretations with no inspiration – there is one specific “L.A. party” sequence on a downtown rooftop full of bland L.A. actors trying to portray eccentric L.A. people and it’s so off base it feels like a rejected Target commercial.
It’s clear that this movie wants to be Mulholland Drive, but it lacks the conceptual focus, the effective dreamlike surrealism, and the palpable creativity that make that film so masterful. The “homeless king” clearly wishes he was “the mysterious cowboy”, but he’s not – his crown looks way too cheap. Under The Silver Lake is full of “totally random” characters, scenarios, and cryptic “clues” that eventually tie into EACH OTHER, but still leave you feeling like they all served no plausible purpose in the end, like connecting a bunch of effects pedals with coupler cables but then having no batteries or AC adapter to power them up with.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 19 min (139 min)
Genre Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director David Robert Mitchell
Writer David Robert Mitchell
Actors Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough, Topher Grace
Country United States
Awards 3 wins & 10 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Mini, Cooke S4 Lenses
Laboratory Tunnel Post, Santa Monica (CA), USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format SxS Pro
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), ProRes 4444 XQ (3.2K) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema