I can see why this movie wouldn't appeal to the masses. It's a story about a person suffering from social anxiety disorder and feeling depressed about life in general. Nobody wants to watch a depressing full of humiliation movie. I, on the other hand, suffer from the same disorder, and I was amazed at how authentically Sandler acted the role of an SAD sufferer. He did things that nobody know about except for people who have the same disorder. I was impressed by how the director knew about all of those SAD behaviours and embarrasing situations. He must have done his research well. Music was a big aspect in the movie's greatness, and so were sound effects. I really enjoyed the tunes of the music, and I really got engaged more because of the sound effects. Last, but not least, I can understand how those cut scenes that were filled with rainbowish colors didn't appeal to the masses either. They are art, and a very refind kind of art that very few people appreciate. That doesn't mean in any way that people who don't appreciate that kind of art are dumb. But, I'm just trying to say that this kind of art is known to have less popularity than say the art of doing scenes in the Matrix. I hope my review enlightened those of you who haven't seen the movie yet, and gave an idea of what to expect.
|10/10||k_hectic@ - 10 reviews|
7.7.2003 - age: 18-25
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