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Daniel Lanciana 3 months ago
Multi-Malkovich scene a classic.
Dónal Kennedy 2 years ago
Hugely imaginative, funny and well written from start to finish.
Alejandro Betancourt 4 years ago
Interesting idea and nice director style
Guy Meltzer almost 5 years ago
malkivich malkovich. great bending mind-fuck of a movie
Mikus Zeberiņš over 5 years ago
Malkovich! Malkovich malkovich, malkivich malkovich malkovich. Malkovich malkovich.
antoshka over 5 years ago
didn't like it at all.
Kelsey Mayfield almost 6 years ago
crazy psychological movie that actually has a lot of laughs
Jack Genius almost 6 years ago
This was confusing...
Sergio Varela Rodriguez almost 6 years ago
Insightful, takes curiosity to a next level. Delight for a well-developed brain.
Griffin Maurer over 6 years ago
A surprisingly dark film, BJM is a witty film that leaves you entertained and terrified.
Emma Jun over 6 years ago
Definitely unique, mind bending, but whimsical enough to be accessible
Angeline Schaaf over 6 years ago
It is weird, it is dramatic, and it's kind of insightful.
Austin almost 7 years ago
It's a metaphysical can of worms...
Sophie Humphrey almost 7 years ago
An enjoyably odd movie that makes you think. I could never watch it enough times. LOVE!
Rowan Humphreys 7 years ago
oooooo odd
Marcel 7 years ago
What a freaky movie!!! Very imaginative. The cast perfect their roles...
Nate McBean over 7 years ago
So weird. (8/28/2011)
Robyn Hamilton over 7 years ago
I would have loved to have been there during the pitching of this. Brilliant madness.
Andy Whitfield over 7 years ago
Freaky, creative, and never dull.
Kakra over 7 years ago
Being John Malkovich is a 1999 American black comedy-fantasy film written by Charlie Kaufman and directed by Spike Jonze. It stars John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, Catherine Keener, and John Malkovich, who plays a fictional version of himself. The film depicts Craig Schwartz (Cusack), a puppeteer who finds a portal that leads into Malkovich's mind. It was nominated for the 72nd Academy Awards in three categories: Best Supporting Actress for Catherine Keener, Best Director for Spike Jonze and Best Original Screenplay for Charlie Kaufman. Craig Schwartz (John Cusack) is an unemployed puppeteer in a forlorn marriage with his pet-obsessed wife Lotte (Cameron Diaz). Gaining a file clerk job through Dr. Lester (Orson Bean) at LesterCorp, in the strange Floor 7½ low-ceiling offices of the Mertin Flemmer Building in New York City, he develops an attraction to his co-worker Maxine (Catherine Keener), who does not return his affections. Schwartz discovers a small door behind a filing cabinet which he...
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