The latest fun effort from Laika studios. The characters & plot were all refreshingly unique, and I loved the “character” of the setting – one of these ancient, brick-laden, hilly European cities that exist more in imagination than reality. It was wonderful to see some vivid imagination brought to life.
That’s one wacko lady. This is the true story of the woman who shot Andy Warhol (didn’t kill him though, just screwed him up a bit). Why did she do it? Well, it’s more complicated that I can even understand. I guess she needed to feel connected with him again, maybe she was just pissed at him for cutting her out. In any event, this movie is a good study of a disturbed individual. Seeing this movie is a lot like having a conversation with that crazy old lady on the sidewalk who talks to the traffic lights… Remember, she used to be younger and a bit more sane.