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Peter F (au) wrote: After the better-than-average mumble core film The Color Wheel, Alex Ross Perry follows up with a more polished and meaty indie picture. Clearly molded from Perry's literary influences (the title itself is pretty much a nod to Roth), the film has a novel-esque structure complete with a third-person narrator, and dialogue driven scenes. Still, it's clearly a work of cinema, and the close-up shots work wonders towards making the characters more palpable. It's also truly fortuitous that Perry was able to enlist distinguished actors for this low-budget picture, particularly from Schwartzman who plays the immediately insufferable title character (Llewyn Davis has nothing on this guy's douchery), but knows when to add nuance to make his repellence work with the context. Listen Up Philip is a very strong picture, and hopefully Perry's style will only grow more idiosyncratic in the future.
Nathan R (gb) wrote: I decent movie about skeletons in the closet. Keeps you guessing until about halfway through.
Sonny N (it) wrote: I enjoyed this. Some pretty funny parts as well
Sesshoumaru T (de) wrote: Love love wish they make more movies :(
Jon S (us) wrote: It could've been a great comedy as it does have some good jokes in it and a relateable dilemma Napoleon has, if the movie's pacing wasn't slow and boring.
Jessica H (it) wrote: Colin Hanks continue to impress but deserves better than this low budget waste.
Yng Y (ca) wrote: Forget about cheerful fairytale Prague. Welcome to the sordid underworld of teenage male prostitution. The film is amateurish in parts, though it gets you hooked. Credit to the casting for finding the most vile and nasty-looking bad guys, and pretty gay boys, some too paedophiliacally young to be hustling, though that is probably the truth of it.. Quite a daring look at the subject in all its filth, ruin and exploitation.
logan v (au) wrote: bad bad bad..i often think that why this man is making movies..and why the other associates are not doing something..such as egnore him..WHY GOD WHY...??!!!!
Abel D (mx) wrote: Perhaps a little sappy, Scott's seafaring tale still packs a punch, thanks to great chemistry from its young cast and a spectacular storm climax.
Noah B (fr) wrote: Good film and interesting to watch. Not anything special.
Senor C (ag) wrote: Monster on Campus sorta reminds me of the Incredible Hulk only w/ a gama radiation fish. Arthur Franz studies prehistoric evolution & when mishandling a fish from Madagascar & is infected turning him a savage from man's genetic past. For what it is it is mild entertain but good?..not really. Worth it for mild chuckles. My favorite is when Franz makes an extended long distance phone call & his superiors are outraged by the cost of it ($600!) that it almost costs him his job. Even though when Franz turns into the beast it's cheapie hilarious there are plenty of bright moments along the way..love when that dog gets infected & turns into a Saber Toothed Sheppard