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"Wild Life" a better film Would have liked it better if (spoilers).. Eliza Hittman hates men Violated a basic rule of good, decent, honest horror (mild spoiler) What did the aliens want? (Spoilers) I didn't get the point Puking Anyone bothered by the shift (spoilers)? Most cynical movie I've seen in a long time He ejaculates into his beard View all posts >


I loved this film. A deep and moving piece. Not everyone's cup of tea, for sure, but I found it far from boring. Agreed. Just an all-around wonderful film. No. Agree 100%. The antagonist was cartoonish. Well said. People who don't like this movie need to be checked for a pulse. 100% agree. Yes, this. I saw Tom Hanks portraying Mr. Rogers, not Mr. Rogers. On the other hand, I think a big part of that was because Mr. Rogers is just so damn inimitable. Plus, he's as famous as Hanks. I'm with you, although I'm not sure I'd go as low as "awful," mainly because on some level I appreciated the attempt. It just fell flat. The ending was decent, but by then I had lost all interest in the main character. He just didn't resonate (and I'm a Springsteen fan as well). I never warmed up to Javed and the movie just became a chore to watch. "...there is no God." You sure about that, Geff? I only ask because there's been a couple thousand years of some pretty interesting philosophical thought on the matter. And many different conceptions of God and different ideas about the nature of the universe. Panentheism is an interesting worldview, for example, but there are others. It's an interesting subject if you're ever inclined to do the research. But if your mind is made up, then it's made up. I'm going to have to watch the movie again. I swear I don't remember seeing Jesus in it. View all replies >