In Capitol cinemas, after the man at the box office stubbornly warned, "Look, my brother, no one has watched this movie until the end, if you leave halfway, I will not refund the ticket money", it is the movie that we watch and watch it with more appetite, saying "Give me your brother, give me the ticket". Christina Ricci's portrayal of girls drawing portraits of Barbra Streisand is mind-blowing. offf allam...
especially johnny depp's "or was all that i saw a lie?" It's the movie where I remember the flower children thing with the metaphors of wave and wave receding and I love it. Even though it's hard to follow, I think it's worth the effort.
think it's johnny depp's best acting, sorry girls, yes he's not handsome and charismatic like his recent movies, but tim burton shines like a nevada sun next to his junk. and perhaps it is the strongest film with a focus on pleasant substances that tries to describe that specific period, making even the flat-headed viewer look like it. the novel is one of the novels that are literally revealed by their authors and then become a masterpiece. "feed your head. feed your head. feed your head."
Advice for those who haven't watched the movie yet: put the movie on your dvd player, start watching with a calm mind. lick the acid off the small piece of paper and wait twenty minutes. Restart the movie after twenty minutes. you will see the bats.
The fact that pulp fiction is being published on trt1 in the same seconds indicates the end of the world.
The most overdose movie among the drug movies I've watched.
deeply regret that I first read the book with a studio image translation (which cannot be called a translation. It's like a sketch). The translator who translates the sentence "I'm stoned" as "I'm petrified" must be really high. I recommend the original if you're going to read it, and the movie if you're not.