Oh shoot I seen a filme alright! Well dang but I forgot to mention this fact.
This one was 300 2! What the hell is that. Its the second one. Oh 302 you mean. No I meant wait yeah thats it thats what I meant. Okay.
We seen this filme on the Home Box Office! Why! Well it was on ya know and Daddy wasnt too busy so this filme was viewed. How were it. Well this filme was 90 minutes long but if it had no slow-motion it would be about 40 minutes! Oh really! Yeah I asked my dad.
This filme was neat lookin! Why! Well they made it with computers and stuff. It has guys that have muscles and also they show some ***s! Oh! Yeah it was neat. You ever seen ***s before. Yeah once.
This filme was real bad though! It taught lessons about freedom and real men do wars and if you don’t fight Persians they will do some Ouch’s to you! Oh is that a fact. Well this filme said it was.
I give this filme 70 arrows out of 302.
The filme I seen was “Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?” It’s an interview with Noam Chomsky that is directed and animated by Michel Gondry who directed a bunch of Bjork videos in the 90s and some movies too like Eternal Sunshine and the Whatever Jim Carrey Filme.
It’s pretty cerebral with a lot going on visually, so I should maybs watch it again to retain what I may have missed. The filme is based on audio with Gondrys animations to accompany the conversation. The interview is heavily focused on evolution, human behaviors, religion, science, and so on. I expected (maybe wanted) more political conversation, but there is very little of it.
Sometimes it’s hard to understand Gondry cuz of his heavy accent, but his illustrations provide a nice guideline for the dialogue. Occasionally, it’s a bit distracting, but nonetheless a very creative approach.
I’d say if you like either of the people involved in this, you should watch it. If you like creative stuff that makes you think, you should watch it.
8 owls out of 10