Thursday, October 21, 2010

The Uni and Leaves of Grass

Normally I like to do proper reviews for films I watch. These usually consist of the generic format that I've installed, and honed over the last year (to better or worse results, that's entirely up to you).

Still, I find myself today feeling a bit peckish for absurdity and retaliation. The absurd peckish feelings most likely derives my distaste for monotony, which forever battles my mental gravitation towards monotony (I know, it's weird). The retaliation comes strictly from my desire to do an entire post (minus this introduction) in images out of spite for blogger not allowing images to be uploaded. 

So, without further ado, I give you Leaves of Grass, starring Edward Norton, written & directed by/co-starring Tim Blake Nelson through the varying emotions Uni experience while watching it (in chronological viewing order)

For those of you wondering -- Yes, I do morph into a different species of mammal every time I experience an emotion. Try thinking about that the next time you go and listen to a podcast I'm in. Who knows what animal I could be!

Oh, and for those of you who really care I'd give Leaves of Grass a 5/10.

3 better thoughts:

Alex said...

I just watched this last night, and was enjoying it until the third act when it took a weeeeird turn and was like a fake Coen brothers movie (is that the shocked cat?). I guess it helps that I love Edward Norton in a deep and unflappable way.

SugaryCynic said...

wow, kitty with a sniper rifle. I haven't felt that way since my roommate made me watch Win A Date With Tad Hamilton.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Shapeshifting is a unique talent!

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