A must watch for hardcore film enthusiasts. Robert Altman is the master. You don’t want to blink during this movie!
Class oozes from every slick and perfect pore.
One of the best movies about movies you’ll ever watch. The dialogue is so cynical and witty.
Arthouse of zooms, professional mockery, violence, sex, tension, sociopaths, happy endings, long takes, crass humor, action!
Changed my life when I watched it. One of my favorite ensemble casts, just look at the IMDB cast list.
Satirises hollywood execs beautifully, but the tone is a little dull. Despite its cleverness it really lacks fun and therefore replay value
Wasn’t a big fan of the ending but otherwise pretty interesting
Slick, phony, cutthroat Hollywood is perfect backdrop for Altman’s realistic people-watching style. Definitely the best of his 90’s films.
Too convoluted to be of any use as a comedy & too simple to be practical as a drama!
Great to discuss in film school because of the context of the film and the production choices are smart, but don’t make for a great movie
There’s better (and shorter) satire on Hollywood than this.
Interesting concept, but doesn't age well Dispels the myth that Hollywood writers and directors are artists. They're glorified advertiers.
Not a real Altman fan, though I love the widely panned OC and Stiggs, which is significantly funnier than this. Slick, but boring.
Really slow and long. If you can sit for a long time and pay attention, then it’s pretty good
The movie that writes itself in the making. An interesting idea with brilliant acting. You shouldn’t miss this one.
So overrated. It just uses real actors and apparently is the only unique feature of the film. Camera work is solid. Plot is paper thin.
One of the few great movies about movies. Had a few nail biters as well. The missing star is for Altman’s cramming of characters.
Altman can be overly ponderous, but here he is sublime. From the opening shot to the third act turn this is his Magnus Opus.
I love cynical movies about Hollywood and this is one of my favorites.
A great thriller that I find myself revisiting often.