How I ever lived without Netflix before I do not know, but now that I have it I can legally watch a ton of cool movies.
While I was Stumbling on my Firefox 7 browser I came upon a list of the new cult movies, and I remember seeing one of them on Netflix, â€œWorldâ€™s greatest Dad,â€ staring Robin Williams and written and directed by Bobcat Goldthwait. Heâ€™s that comic that looks and acts like heâ€™s always strung out.
Anyways I was really surprised at the range of emotions I felt during the movie. I went from opposite ends of the emotional spectrum pretty fast. Sad to happy to shocked.
Plus I found a new musician to check out, he has a cameo, not to mention the rest of the soundtrack is pretty quirky.
As always hereâ€™s the trailer.
Thatâ€™s not it though. I texted Sun sports guru, Dave Griswold, and he recommended other movie that can be considered a dark comedy â€œWristcutters: A Love Story.â€
I didnâ€™t necessarily feel sad for the characters but felt as if I was being taken along on the ride. Itâ€™s a quality Iâ€™ve previously felt watching Jim Jarmusch movies, but nothing by Goran Dukic, who is a relatively new director.
Another musician had a role in this movie but didnâ€™t play himself. Iâ€™ll tell you because he makes an appearance in the trailer Iâ€™m about to embed.
Itâ€™s Tom Waits! Who doesnâ€™t love Tom Waits? Ask me sometime and I’ll tell you a story about Tom Waits.
Hereâ€™s your final trailer. If youâ€™ve seen any of these let me know what you thought. Iâ€™m also looking for more dark comedies to take in.