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Great review, I thought it was just me, it really sucks cause I had pretty high hopes for this film when I first saw the trailer, looked like Cronenberg might be going back to his old style of movies and it just wasnt there. Not a great follow up to that boring ass Dangerous Method.
Wow this film sounds like a massive hunk of shit!! Cronenberg has struck out here. Always the way as the trailer was not that bad.
This sounds like Cronenbergs early stuff: Stereo and Crimes of the Future. I don't know if you have seen does....but they are very slow and a lot of dialogue. Maybe the next Cronenberg movie would be a throw back to his 80s movies.
Hey could r next video review be Cosmopolis? hearing u guys totally rant on this peice of crap again would be awesome. I think u could do something funy with the animation. Maybe even have Korey wearng his Batman costume again, after that dumba$$ sayin he thought Dark Knight Rises was boring and then making THIS????? Lol, either way, hilarious review guys. I just REALLY hope this will be ur next video review.
LOL! Korey, u are officially a part of HISTORY. Your review is posted on Wikipedia. "Korey Coleman of spill.com gave the film a rating of "Fuck You", the site's lowest rating. Coleman stated "I don't see how this, a movie that's an hour and a half long, of nothing but constant babble - which is under the guise of some sort of intellectualism - is seen as a good film." Other members of the site said in their reviews that the film was pretentious and boring, though there is an audience that will see and enjoy it." Im sorry, but after hearing ur review, i looked up the film, and there it was. I busted out laughing, and that TOTALLY made my day. Great review guys, and if u can, make a video for this one. That could be pretty funny. Keep up the good work!
BY ROGER EBERT / August 22, 2012
"Cosmopolis" is a flawlessly directed film about enigmatic people who speak in morose epigrams about vague universal principles they show no sign of understanding. Its characters are bloodless, their speech monotone. If there are people like this, I hope David Cronenberg's film is as close as I ever get to them. You couldn't pay me to see it again.
To Think Mr. Ebert & Mr. Coleman would have so much in common outside of there love of thick black womenly meat.
I do not argue that Cosmopolis is a near impossible film to decipher. It's dialogue is both vague and immensely complicated. I wouldn't be surprised if over 90% of people who view this despise it. However, the film really spoke to me. Being a Finance major, I was fascinated by the philosophy behind nearly all of the conversations. I was never bored for single moment. I may not have completely understood every single conversation/theme DeLillo/Cronenberg were trying to display but I am gearing up for a second viewing. Unlike Waking Life, a similar philosophical film, all of the conversations build on top of each other for a satisfying conclusion. Waking Life was merely a hodge-podge of half-assed philosophical bullshit that created the illusion of it being smarter than the audience. While I can see people feeling the same way about Cosmopolis, I loved every single minute of it.
If that audio clip that began 8:21 is typical of this movie as a whole, then this must be as terrible as the boys are saying it is. Thanks for taking the bullet for us, fellows!
co host. "TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE TO WHERE." get a fucking vocabulary.
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