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Aug 28 '12
Observe and Report.
THIS MOTHER FUCKING MOVIE.
Still the best, my God.
First time I’ve seen it in a while, and it totally solidifies what I cherish and love in film currently, especially in recent favorites, like Michael Dowse’s Goon, and Jason Reitman’s Young Adult. It established this pattern of aggressive but partially understated comedies with a fucking SHARP harsh edge, that comes out in tenderness, awkwardness, depression, or bloodshed. Not to mention, a great amount of style and just good, cool filmmaking. I get a hard-on for the little things, like editing quirks and such, but goddammit does this film just look great. Also, forever and ever, the usage of music in movies will be important to me. Observe and Report, with every song selection or moment of score usage just kicks me in the teeth with how damn fitting and well it all melds together in the end. Again, it’s that weird amount of stylistic gravitas and confidence that gets to me- it hits hard in many aspects, but has purpose and heart to it, not to mention is hilarious in the most unique and weirdest of ways. 
Thank you, Jody Hill, for making this movie, and for helping me realize why I love movies so much, and why I want to make them so bad.
Also, Michael Pena needs to do more comedies.

Observe and Report.

THIS MOTHER FUCKING MOVIE.

Still the best, my God.

First time I’ve seen it in a while, and it totally solidifies what I cherish and love in film currently, especially in recent favorites, like Michael Dowse’s Goon, and Jason Reitman’s Young Adult. It established this pattern of aggressive but partially understated comedies with a fucking SHARP harsh edge, that comes out in tenderness, awkwardness, depression, or bloodshed. Not to mention, a great amount of style and just good, cool filmmaking. I get a hard-on for the little things, like editing quirks and such, but goddammit does this film just look great. Also, forever and ever, the usage of music in movies will be important to me. Observe and Report, with every song selection or moment of score usage just kicks me in the teeth with how damn fitting and well it all melds together in the end. Again, it’s that weird amount of stylistic gravitas and confidence that gets to me- it hits hard in many aspects, but has purpose and heart to it, not to mention is hilarious in the most unique and weirdest of ways. 

Thank you, Jody Hill, for making this movie, and for helping me realize why I love movies so much, and why I want to make them so bad.

Also, Michael Pena needs to do more comedies.

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