I wish *my* grandfather directed On The Waterfront and Streetcar.
Paul Dano is like Michael Shannon or Jake Gyllenhaal for me in that I need to see every movie they're in.
I saw Paul Dano play in his band called Mook in some super small venue here in New Hampshire like 9 years ago. It's cool seeing him out there in movies nowadays!
I think that was the point. He created a manic Pixie dream girl who wasn't actually a person.
I find this movie super unrecognized by everyone. Dano and Kazan are great, this is definitely one of my favorites from this decade.
Enjoyed this movie when it came out, plot seems cheesy but they did it well
You should watch the movie until the last 5 minutes then turn it off.
It was pretty well done, and the climax was a good lesson for Dano's character, but the last scene erases all of the lessons learned.
It was an interesting concept but by the end it's like, "we get it, she is what you write her to be".
movie was cool but he could have pushed it so much further
"Ruby inherited a billion dollars from an uncle."