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Collider is the top source for entertainment news, movie reviews, and industry analysis. Subscribe now for our film podcast hosted by senior editor Matt Goldberg and deputy editor Adam Chitwood, our animation editor Dave Trumbore's deep dive into the world of animated movies and television shows, and senior film reporter Jeff Sneider's look into the business of Hollywood. For all the latest in entertainment, be sure to visit us at Collider.com.

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    • 5.0, 41 Ratings

Collider is the top source for entertainment news, movie reviews, and industry analysis. Subscribe now for our film podcast hosted by senior editor Matt Goldberg and deputy editor Adam Chitwood, our animation editor Dave Trumbore's deep dive into the world of animated movies and television shows, and senior film reporter Jeff Sneider's look into the business of Hollywood. For all the latest in entertainment, be sure to visit us at Collider.com.

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5.0 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

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Here’s a Hot Take for you: I didn’t like Late Night I thought it was boring, outside of a terrific performance from Emma Thompson of course. Mindy Kaling is a supporting player in her own movie. Another Hot Take: Isn’t It Romantic is a one joke movie and it’s not that funny of a joke. That movie is also bad.

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Hot take The Man Who Fell to Earth is a near-masterpiece. Since I know Matt Hates it, here goes (spoilers ahead). I was distanced by newton for the first 40 minutes as well. He seems to have it all, yet he is so emotionally detached. Once the flashbacks start you realize he has a family and he needs to save them by getting water to his planet. What ensues shows how he is 99 % successful, and then capitalism gets in his way. He can’t make it back to his home planet because the government thinks his company is too advanced. Newton can’t fully love Mary-Lou because of his family. Feeling depressed he develops a passion for alcohol and tv, which rages into full blown depression. He has alienated Mary-Lou by the time he is arrested and loses her once and for all in the end. He eventually loses his sight, but not his attractive image, as those around him age on, and he stays the same person. The final scene between him and Rip Torn is heartbreaking as Newton will never be able to leave Earth to see the people he loves, because he has lost his company and his vision and is basically in purgatory. He hopes his album will be relayed back to his planet for his family to hear, but they have died waiting for the father that will never return. He will never have true love again, and it’s a compelling tale for why humanity is doomed. Newton is the immigrant coming to make his American dream come true, and America stands in the way. He indulges in self-destructive habits like drinking and watching television hat are just the norm in America. David Bowie as a space alien is possibly the best casting of all time, and I think you owe The Man Who Fell to Earth a rewatch. Adam should watch it too. We didn’t deserve Nicolas Roeg.

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