Mr. Jack and Sweet Stephen cruise aimlessly through the streets of LA speculating about life, death, divine will and the force of power that predetermines their existence. Mr. Jack attempts... See full summary »
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Mr. Jack and Sweet Stephen cruise aimlessly through the streets of LA speculating about life, death, divine will and the force of power that predetermines their existence. Mr. Jack attempts to illustrate to his sidekick the delicate and natural forces of the universe. Sweet Stephen's superficial charm and bloodsucking lifestyle sends him and Mr. Jack on a voyage that is relentless, engaging, and darkly hilarious. Written by
I must say I really liked that movie. I never watched it expecting to be a comedy thanks god, I watched in my cable TV first then I bought the DVD. The movie basically discuss about good and bad, right and wrong with some guys each of them representing one of the attributes. For instance I can say Jack is the "Evil" , Sweet Stephen is the chooser "the free will image" and the cop some neutral force. The storyline is very good, nice dialog especially, but NO WAY this is a comedy. The end leaves some sort of message that was pretty cool. Just don't buy this movie expecting to see Zach Galifianakis telling you jokes.
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