Holy Motors, fueled by pure feeling, is a dream of a movie you want to get lost in. It's a thing of beauty. show more
Exhilarating, opaque, heartbreaking and completely bonkers – French auteur Leos Carax's so-called comeback film, Holy Motors, is a deliciously preposterous piece of filmmaking that appraises life and death and everything in between, reflected in a funhouse mirror. show more
Holy Motors - exhilarating, mournful and always stunning to look at - makes no sense at all if you have your heart set on narrative comprehensibility or even plain old thematic cohesion. It could almost be a film made in a time before language, a rendering of modern life - or modern lives - as a kind of cinematic cave painting. With songs. And a white stretch limo. And Kylie Minogue. show more
I didn\'t get it...but...It was still interesting...five stars :)
what a wild ride to nowhere---not even worth a rental---utterly pointless
RAYHAUS An engrossing,wildly entertaining, melange of life that befuddles you at times but has more than one a-ha moment. Shallow in some areas but ultimitly deep and thought provoking!