A Mighty Wind strikes a different tone than the rest of Christopher Guest’s work—the tone is softer, the caricatures more human and less cartoony, but still delightfully weird around the edges.
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Repo Man is like a piece of bubblegum with a shard of glass in it, the sort of deranged prank that draws blood.
David Mamet’s The Spanish Prisoner is a neo-noir comedy of manners masquerading as a thriller, a confidence game as light and effortless as a masterful card trick.
Twelve Monkeys investigates how mental illness operates cognitively through the use of speculative metaphor.
More interested in mise-en-scene than humanity, Blood Simple is a damn good thesis project that mostly succeeds.