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eternal sunshine of the spotless mind (2004)
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• directed by: michel gondry
• written by: charlie kaufman
• did you know?
despite the fact that charlie kaufman's script and michel gondry's visual concepts were closely followed, the cast members were allowed many chances to improvise. elijah wood and mark ruffalo improvised extensively, and much of the dialogue between jim carrey and kate winslet resulted from videotaped rehearsal sessions, during which, the two became close by sharing tales of their real-life relationships and heartbreaks.
Movie name: brad’s status “a vigorous psychological study of a common human being, brad’s status is crisp and smooth comedy-drama that is solid as it is. there is a dark core behind every comedic moment of the movie.” sharpratings: 7 - #good#bradsstatus takes its own take on a deep and direct father-son relationship who is on a trip to for colleges’ tour. #benstiller plays the titular role brad alongside his on-screen son troy (#austinabrams). on first look, brad’s status looks pretty basic and adheres to focus on the dark side of social media but if we look deeper in the growth and development of the main character brad we will find a somewhat different film. it's not your average looking road trip comedy because there is a societal drama that is contemporary and highly relatable, that it hurts to watch it sometimes. brad as the character looks very much alike what stiller did in #secretlifeofwaltermitty. he is old, unrecognized and all over his head thoughts. brad remains the best part about the film, stiller always feels like a character who has lived in the real world and who has had a natural progression from the way he thought in his youth to the way he feels now. it was nice to see how differently idealism is seen between the generation gap though the movie never really touches it profoundly. the film contains a lot of voiceover by main character ben, it’s nice to hear the voice of stiller which tells us, the viewer what is going on in the head of brad at the moment. then scene cuts we actually see what brad is thinking. these fantasy scenes are also best in the movie as they once again display the nature and mental aspects of brad. themes of the movie are very interesting grievances, past guilt and family are majorly used, and emotional state and insecurities of a guy are used as well. the dialogues of the movie are what intrigued me most, probably the thing that kept me so into the movie, the screenplay itself is fine, but the fact that it feels repetitive could've easily been fixed. -continued in comments