The film knots several strands of new-millennium despair into something that very nearly approximates greatness in its first half.
With its silvery sheen and sexy lure of celebrity actors being naughty, the film recalls the decadent, self-consciously chic art it parodies.
Pat Healy’s Take Me is a suspense comedy that simply isn’t very suspenseful or very funny.
The film covers The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by way of Rob Zombie, Quentin Tarantino, and Ti West.
We hope to shine a little light on brilliant, touching, often funny performances which enrich our understanding of what it means to be human.
The film’s clearest winner is Pat Healy, whose depiction of a man willing to corrode his entire life to provide for his wife and kid feels true despite the script’s silliest moments.