Rose Byrne, of Bad Neighbours, and Charlie Day from It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia both star.
's Eric Kohn called it a “surreal feature-length effort that’s both deeply engaging and problematic.
We want to imagine that we’d be able to discern which ones will. K.’s comedy is as much about us as it is about him. In his art, as apparently in his life, he got off on making us watch—and for too long we, susceptible voyeurs, were only too happy to indulge him.
And the next morning I remember her looking down at me and she was so horrified.
She just looked at me like she felt like she had raped herself with me somehow. Do you want to sleep with me later and wish you hadn’t? And it’s awkward at 42 because I don’t have the body or the drive.
I realized I am somebody’s rock bottom moment.”“Dating is horrible — it’s awful. I just sit in the car and hope somebody gets in.”“Divorce is always good news. they just had a great thing and then they got divorced, that would be really sad.
I know that sounds weird, but it’s true because no good marriage has ever ended in divorce. But that has happened zero times.” It’s a good thing when relationships come to an end. When you close one door, another better one is bound to open. delivers his relationship advice in a way that’s down to Earth and relatable.