Wednesday, July 30, 2003

I saw The Bubble last night. As a movie it's not much (terrible 3-D effects, wooden performances, rotten dialogue), though it does have a few genuinely weird moments (and some very wacky set design). But what really struck me about the movie is that it was just like one that a post mordern novelist like DeLillo or David Foster Wallace would make up to say certain things in a book. I don't know if that means I have extra respect for this movie or less respect for that particular literary device.
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