Being John Malkovich
Comedy • R • 1999 • 1 hr 53 min
Super underrated, this movie is hilarious, haunting, and completely weird in all the right ways
Entertaining, straight outta left field, good for a laugh and a think.
Something about small doors makes me giggle inside, and boy does this movie have em
Weird fantasy story about a puppeteer and his relationships.
Brilliant indie drama comedy movie, excellent characters and acting. Unique story and scenes, must see classic
How can you not love this film? It's completely weird and everyone puts forward a perfect performance. Truly wonderful in every way.
Very unsettling, slightly charming, and no surprise it was written by Charlie Kaufman. This film creates a strange thriller/comedy blend.
Spectacular writing of such a unique concept. All actors are 100% committed and you’ll be laughing the whole time!
Such a sad, ridiculous, impossible, charming story. I love that they took the sadness and made fun of it in such a inconvable way.
Get your head right before watching this bizarre!!! I love Malkovich! Hilarious!!
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