well, I just assumed Gordon-Levit Hewitt develops some romantic interest during the movie and makes the movie fit the rom-com formula.
I've seen it, he does develop a romantic interest through the movie, but it isn't necessarily the focus of the movie. Had some good laughs in it, but I personally didn't find anything really outstanding about it.
@ukplayer4, I guess a more proper question would have been about what your favorite movie is instead. There are a lot of masterpieces out there and theres really no way to distinguish them from each other. In no way can i say de niro was better in raging bull than pacino in godfather, its simply my opinion. Totally right. I thought tree of life was a masterpiece because, as you said, it was so ambitious and was absolutely driven by malick 100% of the way. Very rarely was there a scene where the camera stood still and the actors played out dialogue. I loved it, it kept me engaged. For others, it got dull and i understand that. And i love that malick ( who is Assyrian btw ) gave such a big name like Penn very little to act or say. Hes doesnt give a shit, he wants to make his movie the way he wants to. The movie just completely changed my mood.
when i saw "nightcall" and "under your spell" were being used in it i knew they would go so perfectly in the film. rarely does the use of contemporary music work well in films imo and mostly its just uninspired copping out(especially when an actual decent composser like martinez- solaris- is on board) because they couldnt be bothered to come up with an original score but the tracks used in drive were so perfect.