A film that is so fresh that you will think it was made yesterday
27 October 2011
Summary: So I got to see Submarine at the film festival and on my birthday (August 4th). And Submarine is a highly anticaped indie film that almost no one can get the chance to see to because it is pretty hard to find.
Summary: "Submarine". First the name. Apart from a mural on the lead's bedroom wall, there is no apparent reason why the movie is called "Submarine". This is the story of the real difficulties facing most maturing teenagers; self-doubt and social inadequacy, bullying at school, relationship difficulties and...
Summary: Really enjoyed this movie - went into it expecting a full-blown Brit comedy, but it was actually a beautiful movie that made me laugh out loud and well up a few times as well. The portrayal of teenage angst and first loves is perfect - subtle yet dramatic.
Summary: Be warned - quotes taken out of context and slapped on posters often lie (who knew?!) So whilst words like "hilarious" and "laugh out loud funny" are misleading, Submarine is, true to its trailer, a kooky coming of age romance that is charming and off-kilter.
Conclusion: What an atrocious film, on the basis that it describes itself as a comedy is in fact the only joke about this film. I love to laugh and I really really wanted to find something in this film to laugh about, but alas there is nothing.
Conclusion: I dont know where to start on reviewing this blu-ray of Submarine. I purchased this reading the description of it to be a great comedy which it certainley was not. I wouldnt class it as a comedy i would have catagorised it as drama or teenage film.