As user 'andmcq' said, it's "so bad it's good" Actor/novice director (and Limp Bizkit frontman) Fred Durst in his 3rd full length feature film (multiple shorts), alongside amateur Dave Bekerman, also get their first ever writing credit - and it shows. This film is inspired by a real-life fan who pursued (as Limp Bizkit's frontman) Fred Durst many years ago, and the screenplay was written by Durst and Dave Bekerman. There were many plot and technical issues with the story-line, however the overall premise of the story was refreshing and put together quite well, as a art-house styled psychological horror-thriller film. Had Durst and Bekerman hired a seasoned screenwriter to tweak the story, I'm sure the critics would've had a positive opinion, and may have propelled this film to a cult-following style classic. Although I'm not a fan of narrated films, this one was fitting with the comic-style sketches. The cinematography was good, and the score on point. The pacing was perfect for the 88 min runtime. The acting by the leads was decent, but Travolta did bring his A-game on this one. I'm actually quite baffled how some critics found his swaying comical or inappropriate... have they never seen an autistic person before? I know many autistic people, and his performance was on point. Going into this not expecting much based on the bad reviews, I surprisingly thoroughly enjoyed it, and recommend it. It's a well deserved 8/10 from me. If anyone questions my review as fake, click my username to see my 1000+ ratings and 700+ reviews. Now go see this little gem with an open and non-judgmental mind.
A rabid film fan stalks his favorite action hero and destroys the star's life.
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September 24, 2019