14 comments

  • By iola mares
    April 25, 2012
    01:01 PM

    Great, almost experimental Filml!!!
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  • By Markeydusod
    April 25, 2012
    03:25 PM

    Excellent Film! And it's not "Twins" which you spoke about including...
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  • By Sidney
    April 25, 2012
    07:17 PM

    1) A bizarre trip down the rabbit hole. 2) Cameron Diaz playing against type. 3) Malkovich at his absolute best.
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  • By Craig J. Clark
    April 26, 2012
    01:56 PM

    1) Malkovich. 2) Malkovich, Malkovich? 3) Malkovich, Malkovich, Malovich!
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    • By Steven Copycat
      May 16, 2012
      09:29 AM

      Copycat, copycat, copycat.
  • By Rafael A.
    April 27, 2012
    02:09 PM

    O God, what a crazy movie. I say: release one more Spike Jonze movie...just one more...
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  • By Julius
    April 29, 2012
    04:36 PM

    adaptation
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  • By Amber Rose
    May 11, 2012
    08:02 PM

    "I've been very lonely in my isolated tower of indecipherable speech." -Lester
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  • By Goatboy420
    May 17, 2012
    03:35 PM

    John Cusack. Cameron Diaz. And, of course, John Malkovich.
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  • By ggfanjase
    May 18, 2012
    01:29 AM

    LOL perfect ending. I forgot how funny it was.
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    • By Gord
      October 08, 2013
      08:30 AM

      Funny? Well maybe a little bit, but I thought it was mostly very sad. He was rejected (deservedly so, but Lotte was just as unfathful), but to be trapped in the girl's head unable to do anything except look out at the world is too cruel for words!
  • By Kathy Salomone
    May 28, 2012
    10:33 AM

    One of my favorites. I love Malkovich, Malkovich Malkovich!
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  • By Gord
    October 08, 2013
    08:27 AM

    One of the three reasons has got to be Keener's legs. Jonze & Keener were definitely aware of them throughout. Well, I sure was. No, no the way she sits "un-lady like" in her dresses - it was intentional. It must have been in Jonze's unconscious mind as fetishistic for that particular body part as any Bunuel. : D
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  • By Vince C.
    July 27, 2014
    12:40 PM

    Keener was never sexier. Malkovich was never funnier (though had he ever been funny before?). Diaz was never more unrecognizable (I actually didn't know until the closing credits that she was in the movie).
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