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Joseph Kahn is typically a music video director (probably of most of your favorite music videos), and here in his first feature-length film he has created a saturated sanctuary of cartoonish coolness awash by opulence.
Two ladies (in socially asserted fanciness, of the times) square off against one another in a completely non-sensical motor-cycle Kurosawa-esque duel, while backdropped by absurdly (yet poignantly) placed Mountain Dew and Pepsi billboards. What better culmination of the non-competitive nature of our pseudo-capitalistic society than to see two sides of the same adored coin be pitted against one another, as if taste is a matter of competition, and competition is a consequence of taste?!
It's stupid, it's brilliant, it's bright, it's dark, it's obvious, it's absurd, it's unpredictable, and it's unequivocally entertaining.
This film is the culmination -- and mockery of -- the 200+ year American "experiment"; a master class of motion and emotion in cinema that is a great leap upon the brutally slow slope of progress to elevate film to its cinematic namesake, and truly (and finally, eventually) replace photography with the ultimate expression of kinematics in sight and sound.
Never ignore this, please, recognize its brilliance. We need more of this.