Originally Posted by Pushead2
this has me intrigued.....
It truly is a dense and confusing, deals with a familar sci-fi concept in a 'realistic' way. No exposition, no running into identifiable markers which would make what's going on clearer. Just a matter of fact style and some physics mumbo-jumbo that you sense the actors only have understand and you only understand a fraction of that fraction.
Originally Posted by Ebert
The movie delights me with its cocky confidence that the audience can keep up. "Primer" is a film for nerds, geeks, brainiacs, Academic Decathlon winners, programmers, philosophers and the kinds of people who have made it this far into the review. It will surely be hated by those who "go to the movies to be entertained," and embraced and debated by others, who will find it entertains the parts the others do not reach. It is maddening, fascinating and completely successful
All Redd [Foxx] did all day was coke, grass and ****. . .
So our first network taping, name in big letters right on the set, Redd doesn't arrive at curtain call.
I go back to his dressing room, all I see is the girl doing his hair is sitting on him.
So I see her body, her dress, and his legs.
I say, Redd, don't you know we're on camera?
Redd sticks his head up from between the hairdresser's legs and asks indignantly. . .
"Can't a man relax?"
- Bob Einstein