Three words: dumb heavy awesome. I have to say, I saw it and it was EPIC, definitely worth all the hype that FARRUYA made it out to be. To be honest, I knew that it was going to end up being as good as it was and it actually ended up being better than I originally though. As of late I've been pretty hard on acting, camera angles and cinematography, and after casually reviewing the whole film I've got to admit it was all done way to well. The plot was simple and very well executed, and the underlying theme was just....just so....dope, and that's all I'll say for that matter. I have to stop myself now because then I'll just wind up going on and on, seeming like quite the douche since all they teach you in upper level literature classes is how to over analyze everything. I'm not metacritic or rottentomatoes so I'll leave the details to the imagination and tell you to just go see the film, Black Swan is the title [as if you didn't know].
It's probably almost an insult to speak about these two movies in the same post but who cares, we can do that. Because you're afraid to sleep after watching Black Swan, I'd suggest Dinner for Schmucks for a decent laugh. You probably won't remember it for the rest of your life, and I'm probably speaking objectively considering that I get all gay for a Paul Rudd feature [no homo], but hey, we like what we like. I kind of just posted this last bit because I liked the song so much but still, you get the point.
Dear laughing Doubters by Sondre Lerche. I think dude might of had me in mind when he wrote this, Whistles and all.