Bottom of the World


Drama / Mystery

IMDb Rating 5.4


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85 min
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Reviewed by gayleosman 8

Anyway, this film was fairly fun if you like to think, figure things out. Like watching the 'best of' compilation of someone else's fever dreams. Bottom of the World delves under the surface, to the dark foundations that we embrace by night and ignore by day. This conceit is taken to a psychological level and into the disturbing unconscious mind of Scarlett (Jena Malone) and her creation of a new reality. The film leaves us with more questions than answers but hats off to trying to make something different and challenging to the viewer. I don't recall a film that was entirely a creation of the sub-conscious other than - Fight Club?

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Reviewed by demigodx 8

This movie is artistic, confusing, and trippy. If you like strange/complex it is a most creative film. It might be confusing at some parts but that just made it better. Movies today don't put responsibility on the viewer to figure out what is going on and this film does that. Not only that but the Scarlett character is amazing and devastating all at once. Acting is done very well, Jena Malone was great in her role of Scarlet and Ted Levine did a decent job with his character too. Direction is top notch and I will definitely check other movies done by this director. Overall this movie was a joy ride for me and I give it a well deserved 8 star rating.

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Reviewed by jtindahouse 7

I kind of liked &#39;Bottom of the World&#39;. I make no bones about the fact I&#39;m a fan of the &#39;mystery&#39; genre, and this film certainly had an element of mystery to it. It&#39;s a film where the audience knows as little about what&#39;s going on as the characters (if not even less at times), yet there are constant hints as to the direction our thinking should be going in. Then a nice little ending was the icing on the cake.<br/><br/>The whole &quot;nothing makes sense, what is going on?&quot; thing has been done in movies thousands of times over the years, but it always seems to work. I think in a way, much like a magic show, the audience wants to be fooled, or at least in a state of curiosity. It can also be quite easy for film makers to pull off, because the usual linear film making techniques obviously go out the window, and thus it can be harder for an audience to judge what is actually good and what is not.<br/><br/>Some people on the other hand will always hate this type of film and that&#39;s fine. I see &#39;Bottom of the World&#39; being a very polarising film. Some will have a great time with it, while others will utterly despise it. I was in the former camp.

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