A story about this — 1 year ago
This makes some kind of weird sense. In a world where MMA is consider a “sport” and foul-mouthed hip-hop is considered “music” and violent interactive games are “fun,” why shouldn’t uncontrolled anarchist rage be considered “humor,” right? Well, I guess there were a few giggles along the way, such as seeing Piper Laurie smoking a bong and Natalie Portman put up her dukes to take on a punk bully. At least I learned a new term watching this … “aggro comedy” … but the central theme was still how to deal with grief. Good production value for an Indie, just not my cuppa.