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Jon Miller part Deux
01-02-2004, 03:50:18
I just watched this film recently


I find it interesting, but am not entirely sure what I think of it

I admit that I don't completely get it (a state which is assisted since I left to use the restroom a couple of times during it)

so what is really going on?

I know (and I think understand) some of the time travel stuff

but not everything

Jon Miller

Sir Penguin
01-02-2004, 03:53:21
It's a fun movie to watch, but I wouldn't want to be in it.

SP

TCO
04-02-2004, 06:46:47
totally overhyped, overblown. Siesta was better and done several years before. Darko was way cliched. Drew barrymore...puleesze/ Child molester evangilst...puleese

DaShi
04-02-2004, 21:49:25
Better than Donny Brasco?

JM^3
04-02-2004, 23:42:36
but he wasn't quite a normal evangelist

I am not entirely sure what I think of the whole thing, but I haven't seen Siesta

kon Miller

JM^3
04-02-2004, 23:43:20
(BTW, I hadn't heard of it so didn't kow of any over hyping or blowing, unless it was inherent to the film)

JOn Miller

BigGameHunter
09-02-2004, 05:06:45
Pretty good cult has grown out of it...Google it.

www.donniedarko.com

Qweeg
09-02-2004, 16:18:58
Good film, most obscure angle-of-approach to the whole time-warp concept ever... on a level with 12Monkeys for shere Ahhhness at the end.

King_Ghidra
09-02-2004, 17:12:59
or sheer ahhwhatthefuckness in my case

it's not like the end resolves anything, it still leaves about 6 zillion unanswered questions

Qweeg
10-02-2004, 14:29:27
yup- accurately reflecting our lack of understanding regarding the nature of time. or something.

TCO
07-03-2006, 01:20:06
middlebrow mod mysteriousness. blows. music at end. hate it.

Diss
07-03-2006, 03:20:13
great film. don't look at it in any realistic or over-analytical way. It's just a fun film to think about. And I couldn't help but think the girl was cute, and I thought it was sweet he did that for her. I'm such a sucker for those things in movies.

Sir Penguin
07-03-2006, 08:08:51
I liked Primer, too, which owes a fair bit to Donnie Darko.

SP