YES! I KNOW THAT THERE IS THIS GUY IN THE FILM INDUSTRY NAMED SEBASTIAN GUTIERREZ, WHICH JUST SO HAPPENS TO BE MY NAME! NO! I AM NOT RELATED TO HIM AT ALL, BUT I AM AWARE OF HIS EXISTENCE! YES! I AWARE OF HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE MULTIPLEX, CHIEFLY HIS PENNING OF THAT WEIRDLY ENGROSSING FILM ABOUT PYTHONS ON A 747! THERE! NOW YOU KNOW! STOP E-MAILING ME!
Although, I must say. It is kinda cool that he and I share the same name. This means that when I break into the business (fingers crossed), he and I will have to compete for who will be called Sebastian Gutierrez, and who will be called the other Sebastian Gutierrez! Place your bets.
Ok, on to the point of this article.
So, the movie Women in Trouble. Written and directed by
Ok, so, why doesn't this get a review from me? Because, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who received some of the top billing on this film, is nowhere to be seen. I'm only doing films that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in, and he is not in this movie. Well, that's technically no true. He is in a six minute segment where he interviews two of the characters, but that is post credits. Doesn't count. Most people don't sit through credits.
So, in order to give this post some meaning, I give to you the six minute scene that Gordon-Levitt was in. He is flat out hysterical in it, only showing, yet again, how much he puts into his work, even when that character in question is small as hell.
Ok, I will review this movie, but after I've satisfied myself on JGL.