Tiene momentos buenos y momentos divertidos y habla de algo importante en un estilo un poco de sobremesa. Y bueno, tampoco somos de los que vemos una película como si fuera la verdad, la única quiero decir ¿no es cierto? Me he reído un montón.
Sobre la película
Audio y subtítulos
- Versión Original con Subtítulos
- Audio: Inglés • Subtítulos: Español
- Versión en Español
- Audio: Español
Claro, las lesbianas lo que necesitan es un haren, cómo no han caído antes?! flipo
Spike Lee siempre me sorprende, Siendo una película floja, me gusta lo valiente que es al hacer cine, Ojalá todo el mundo tuviera el valor de hacer cine así, aunque las películas fueran flojas.
"Spike Lee's "She Hate Me" will get some terrible reviews. Scorched earth reviews. Its logic, style, presumption and sexual politics will be ridiculed. The Tomatometer will be down around 20. Many of the things you read in those reviews may be true from a conventional point of view. Most of the critics will be on safe ground. I will seem to be wrong. Seeming to be wrong about this movie is one of the most interesting things I've done recently. I've learned from it. After seeing the movie once, I would have complained that "She Hate Me" contains enough for five movies, but has no idea which of those movies it wants to be. Movie One: The story of a corporate whistleblower (Anthony Mackie), and an indictment of the corporate culture. Movie Two: The hero inexplicably becomes a stud who is hired to impregnate lesbians at $10,000 a pop. Movie Three: He impregnates a Mafia daughter (Monica Bellucci), and John Turturro turns up as her father, to do a Marlon Brando imitation. Movie Four: A free-standing sidebar about Frank Wills (Chiwetel Ejiofor), the Watergate security guard who brought down the Nixon administration and reaped nothing but personal unhappiness. Movie Five: How a black man steps up to the plate and accepts responsibility for raising his kids, by bonding with his lesbian ex-girlfriend (Kerry Washington) and her lover, who have both borne one of his children."
"Spike Lee’s sex comedy She Hate Me is a preposterous film about a high-flyer sacked by his dodgy biotech company after he blows the whistle on a fake Aids virus cure. To make ends meet he starts impregnating rich lesbians, including his ex-fiancée (Kerry Washington), Monica Belluci and Dania Ramirez, at $10,000 a pop. If this is a subtle inversion of the sex wars it passed clear over my head as Anthony Mackie grunts his way through five ecstatic women a night. The Python-like cartoons of his exhausted sperm provide slight relief. The courtroom grandstanding and Watergate allusions are just painful. "