Beyond the Black Rainbow (2010)

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Beyond the Black Rainbow: Directed by Panos Cosmatos. With Michael J Rogers, Eva Bourne, Scott Hylands, Rondel Reynoldson. Despite being under heavy sedation, a young woman tries to make her way out of the Arboria Institute, a secluded, quasifuturistic commune.

“OK so for convenience, Iu0026#39;ll just break it down to the kind of people who will like this movie, vs. those who wonu0026#39;t. You pick your category and then you will know if you should see it. Because 1 out of 20 people will love this, and the rest will think it is the worst movie ever. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYou will love it if: 1: You felt 2001 could have been even slower paced and still be awesome 2: You love really thinky sci-fi even if it doesnu0026#39;t involve people shooting aliens 3: You are crazy in love with 80u0026#39;s hair styles and weird synth music (this movie takes place in 1983, and takes that responsibility VERY seriously) 4: You loved Agent Smithu0026#39;s delivery of lines in The Matrix, and would have liked it if he talked even more slowly and threateningly 5: You think the only good sci-fi is 70u0026#39;s Russian sci-fiu003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYou will hate this movie if: 1: You enjoy having more than one person deliver lines over the course of two hours (basically one speaking part in this movie, though the actor does a good job) 2: You donu0026#39;t like when movies are very, very pretentious 3: You like your movies to generally make an effort to make sense (at one point I swear the main guy gets a phone call from Speak-n-Spell) 4: You donu0026#39;t like when movies spend a considerable amount of their running time trying to injure the vieweru0026#39;s senses 5: You like a really good ending (if you look over the reviews, whether people loved or hated this movie everyone agrees the ending was weak)u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAll things considered, I really liked this movie, and so did the people I saw it with. But thatu0026#39;s a bunch of film geeks. If youu0026#39;re a weird film geek too, I recommend it.”

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