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John's Gone is a fever dream comedy about John's World soon after his mother passes away. He sells things online, cheats off dollar stores, needs friends but settles for strangers, has ... See full summary »
This is the story of a lonely man named John. He wanders through the city into various acquaintances of varying levels of niceness. He sees a lot of people but sometimes they just don't want to be bothered with him.
Trophy Hunter, a short, fake documentary about illegal wildlife trade made for the Turtle Conservancy in 2012. It features the late great New York icon Glenn O'Brien visiting an eccentric Chinese collector.
'The Pure and the Damned' by Oneohtrix Point Never ft. Iggy Pop from the official soundtrack of Good Time including unused scenes of a 'what if' ending if Connie and Nick successfully completed the heist.
One of the worst films I've had the pain of watching
I thought this was one of the worst movies I've ever seen, in my entire life. Comparing it to such great literary works as Jindabyne (LOL). There is no plot, no character development, no point to the entire "movie" (I use the word movie very liberally here). It's basically someone filming a woman for a day, and they throw in a couple actors to go along with it. The movie is only 70 mins long, but as soon as they got into the car scene in the first about 1/4 of the movie, I could tell the movie was going to be completely pointless, void of any art/film qualities, and basically be a waste of time. I felt like less of a person after watching this movie, and that's almost impossible no matter how bad a movie is. Can't believe anyone liked this at all. Amazing.
Overall this movie sucks complete ass, and even most movies I dislike, I would still rate 4-5.
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