The Future

Pretentious Badly-Acted Indie Drivel...With a Side of Blech

May 3rd, 2011 by Wayward Muse
Rating: Genres: Actors: Angela Trimbur, Clement von Franckenstein, David Warshofsky, Hamish Linklater, Isabella Acres, Joe Putterlik, Kathleen Gati, Mary Passeri, Miranda July, Tonita Castro Directors: Miranda July
SIFF Synopis

"With droll humor and touches of magical realism, Miranda July (Me and You and Everyone We Know) tells the story of a young couple who decide to take thirty days to explore their destinies. This whimsical experiment leads to some surprising revelations about the uncertainty of what the future holds."

Why I Hate This Flick

Like I said: Pretentious Badly-Acted Indie Drivel...With a Side of Blech

Why You May Love This Flick

You maybe loved Miranda July's previous effort: Me and You and Everyone We Know and have gobs of left-over good-will to heap upon miss July , or maybe "quirky" 30-something slacker ennui is your thing.....or, I dunno...you think pretentious badly-acted indie drivel is just the cat's meow...(and maybe you can explain to me about the cat......cause I'm at a loss)

2 responses to “The Future”

  1. FleetUSA says:

    Why 2 stars :–))

    • Wayward Muse says:

      2 stars because I got a thing for Miranda July’s eyes…. and there were a few scenes that I did like….too bad they were wasted on this overall dud though :)

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