The Lobster (2015)

All non-Nolan related film, tv, and streaming discussions.
User avatar
Posts: 42911
Joined: May 2010
I liked it but it could have used more butter.

User avatar
Posts: 9004
Joined: March 2011
Allstar wrote:I liked it but it could have used more butter.
2/10

Allstar wrote:I liked it but it could have used more butter.
amazing. didnt want it to feel lonely so i had some potatoes and salad on the side.

User avatar
Posts: 10464
Joined: January 2011
Location: Waiting for a train
Loved this. Probably my favourite original film of 2015. Will watch again.

User avatar
Posts: 17502
Joined: May 2011
Allstar wrote:I liked it but it could have used more butter.
Best review ever.

User avatar
Forum Pro
Law
Posts: 17001
Joined: July 2010
Location: Moonlight Motel
This was very good, weird, but very good. Loved the music, loved the acting... however I found myself losing interest near the end.

User avatar
Forum Pro
Law
Posts: 17001
Joined: July 2010
Location: Moonlight Motel
Still thinking about this, when the woman eventually committed to her threat made to Farrell's character.. absolutely brutal to watch/hear.

Anyone know the main piece in this film? The 3 strings that were heard during all the important scenes.

User avatar
Posts: 7314
Joined: January 2014
Law wrote:Anyone know the main piece in this film? The 3 strings that were heard during all the important scenes.

User avatar
Posts: 42911
Joined: May 2010
Law wrote:This was very good, weird, but very good. Loved the music, loved the acting...
Agreed.

User avatar
Posts: 15512
Joined: June 2010
Location: You're pretty good.
Mixed. The last 30-40 minutes were too self indulgent and badly paced. It's bold, charming and funny in parts but it also relies a bit too much on shock value. It's what you'd call original and yet it makes me like the predictably-and-typically-Coen Hail Caesar even more. I mean, I think the connection between the two is obvious. Right?

Post Reply