I'm Still Here (2010)
Director: Casey Affleck
Writer: Casey Affleck, Joaquin Phoenix
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix and two other guys and a couple of celebrities
a "documentary" into the transition of actor to hip hop artist...by joaquin phoenix
if you want to watch an hour and a half of joaquin phoenix yelling at people you have discovered gold in this movie my friend! just yelling and boring and a big fat joke. i don't need yet another raw, edgy, inside look into celebrity. it's been done. it's been done far better. when i hit the play button i told myself, here we go. why am i going to subject myself to this? and the survey says.....i....don't...know. i've never liked joaquin. he is pretty much the epitome of the arrogance vibe in everything he's done. well, maybe not space camp. and this portrays him as mean and angry and egotistical, but not even in a cool way because he's got nothing to back it up with. i feel like sometimes you can say man, that guy is a douche, but at least he's got the chops. like angelo from "top chef" that guy is a total douche. i literally would like to hit him in the face, but the dude apparently can cook.
joaquin approaches hip hop as a sort of joke. he doesn't seem to take it seriously and yet he acts as if he's already made it in the industry. nobody wants to hear about how hard it is to be a celebrity. boo fucking hoo. are you blowing your snots with 100 dolla bills? life is so hard. fuck you. i think my favorite part was when he was yelling at the miami nightclub crowd by claiming how rich he was. yep. that will win them over. it sure won me over. moster is slightly mad i watched this without him. he doesn't realize what a blessing i have farted down upon him.