Currently available for viewing on Netflix, this seems to be a love-it-or-hate-it movie with viewers. Even critics were polarized.
What would have been just average 20 years ago is now considered award-worthy.
I see nothing profound in handheld cinematography documenting petty and pathetic human behavior for nearly two hours, particularly when there's no storytelling skill involved.
Then the filmmakers brought out the TASER shotgun and the movie's credibility took a huge swan dive into BS territory.
A forgettable tribute to a talented, somewhat complicated filmmaker. One's better off reading the excellent, in-depth 1989 biography Robert Altman: Jumping Off The Cliff by Patrick McGilligan.
Hell hath no fury like a Mad Max fan scorned.
Something about computer-generated creature effects neutralizes any possibility for suspense. It's akin to watching my five-year-old play one of his video games.