Oh I really enjoy these kinds of movies. I've been meaning to watch this, but I just never got around to it. I'm glad it's on Netflix though. One of my exes suggested I go ahead and watch it already so hopefully she knows my taste lol. Also the cast here is awesome with Peter Sarsgaard, Winona Ryder, and John Leguizamo to name a few. This is the first movie I've seen by Michael Almereyda, but I've been aware of him since other films of his are on my to watch list. Wait is Kellan Lutz playing William Shatner as in the actor? Some of the casting makes me think this is a bit of a comedy as well as drama. This is such an interesting experiment of which I do believe I've heard about before. Oh nice fourth wall breaking. It's intriguing how everyone reacts differently or similar to what is going on. I like to think in these situations that I would do the right thing. That was odd. All the different variables in this experiment keep things really interesting. Using backdrops that is definitely different. Other experiments are shown rather than the main one I knew about being in this. Which pretty much makes sense given the name of the movie. The boy who cried wolf. I feel like this is very informative. This goes through a lot of time with only visuals and mentions of events to signify this. That beard with no mustache is a unique style. Oh the irony of this scene. I like the whole thing with the daughter constantly asking questions. Well that answers that about William Shatner. Psychology has always been such an interesting topic for me. On some levels a lot of filmmakers and writers must understand to some level some of its theories. The ending was a bit different in how something like this is usually done. It's a very unique, intellectual, and entertaining film. This is definitely a thinker sort of movie so unless you are willing to keep your mind open and your attention here then it may not be of interest to you. Otherwise it's quite enjoyable.
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