20th Century Women (Bluray review)

Director; Mike Mills
Drama/Comedy
1h 59 minutes
Out on Bluray!

Watching paint actually dry would’ve been more entertaining, it must’ve been one of the dullest movies and script I’ve ever seen, definitely not my cup of tea – and I legit want my two hours back after watching this. How it got such great reviews and the high score is beyond me, and it just truly shows how everyone has different tastes and opinion regarding movies and genre.

The story revolves around a mother played by Annette Bening and her son Jamie (Billy Crudup)
who is being raised by his mother and two other girls, Julie (Elle Fanning) and Abbie (Greta Gerwig) through the late 1070’s in Southern California.

Not to say it was awful, it simply wasn’t enough to keep me even the slightly interested or remotely hooked. I felt forced to continue watching it until the end, no desire whatsoever to finish it but I did anyway simply for the sole purpose of being able to write and post this review to enlight people.
Also, how is this even classified as a comedy? I am still questioning that because I don’t recall laughing, nor even smiling throughout the film. On top of it, apparently, it’s nominated for an Oscar, I’m done!

4/10
The only reason it’s even getting a solid four is due to its ensemble of talented women from different generations, but even their performance was overshadowed by the rather weak plot and outcome.

Bluray extras;
Audio commentary by writer and director, Mike Mills.
Making 20th Century women.
Cast.
Modern woman.
Greta Gerwing.
Finding the story.
Annette Benning.
A time in my life.
The one who raise us.
Santa Barbara 1979.