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10 Seriously messed up movies?
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10 Seriously messed up movies?

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Spring may seem an unlikely time to crave a messed-up movie marathon, but the trippy films on this list are worth a screening any time of the year. Full of iconic (read: extremely bizarre) scenes and surprising performances from many now...

Spring may seem an unlikely time to crave a messed-up movie marathon, but the trippy films on this list are worth a screening any time of the year. Full of iconic (read: extremely bizarre) scenes and surprising performances from many now “mainstream” actors, these are movies that will get under your skin and stay there. Of course, it’s hard to get too bummed out by a well-told story or a stylishly made film (then again: Dancer in the Dark), but here’s a final warning: these are 10 seriously messed-up stories.
SundanceTV
Apr 24, 2014
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Patton Oswalt - Big Fan
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Big Fan

Sadness and dark comedy permeates Big Fan, but one particular detail encapsulates. Early in the movie, we see Paul (Patton Oswalt) call in to his favorite sports radio show to discuss the New York Giants — and consulting from a notepad of observations we saw him writing down with great intensity in previous scenes. Not only does he call into this radio show (from his childhood bedroom, no less) like it’s his job; he does it working from a script. Like a lot of the movie, this realization is tragic, funny, and heartbreaking all at once. If you’ve ever been obsessive about anything — movies, say? — certain notes of Big Fan may ring uncomfortably true.
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