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On the Road with Judas (2007)

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A successful New York businessman leads a double life as a computer thief.

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A successful New York businessman leads a double life as a computer thief.

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[first lines]
Judas - Real: And my hair feels fuckin' good today. Schtups! I Fuckin' love this feeling!
JJ Lask: What feeling?
Judas - Real: That feeling. That crazy fuckin' feel?
JJ Lask: Yeah, yeah. I don't like that feeling. You just need to relax.
Judas - Real: I don't need to relax. I *am* relaxed. I love this feeling.
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not the best, but could not have been better
30 May 2007 | by (Seattle, Washington) – See all my reviews

This is not one of my twenty-seven favorite films, but it really is worth the watch.

Having-a-plot-line wise, "On the Road with Judas" is a bit lacking, but it is cohesive with the way it was made and was intended to be. See, instead of the basic book-to-movie adaptation, the film suggests that the book (written by writer/director J.J. Lask) has already been made into a movie, and a lot of the footage is interviews with the "actors" in the "movie," as well as the "real" people whom the book was "based on". A little confusing, but it works.

The "double-life" description really doesn't do the film justice.

What was really interesting was the director Q&As afterward (I saw it as SIFF), for it ends up that J.J. Lask (who played the interviewer in the movie) had each of the actors read his book, and then he interviewed them, in character, improv-style. The rest of the movie was written afterward, based on what they said in the interviews.

Also, Aaron Ruell is just adorable.


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