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But that's OK. I take it as a compliment. You have only to look at Paris Hilton or Jessica Simpson's big screen "performances" to see that just being dumb and blonde is not enough. Faris must have played dumb blonde roles a dozen times by now, yet manages to invest each with a surprising nuance, so that no two of them are exactly alike.
Her latest variation on the theme is Brandi, a "cosmetic consultant" in Jody Hill's Observe And Report, where she is "the prettiest girl in the mall, maybe the entire world," according to Seth Rogen's delusional bipolar security guard, whose mission in life is to apprehend the flasher who has been terrorising his mall.
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It's a very dark comedy, destined to be misunderstood by casual punters expecting another Paul Blart: Mall Cop, but which in years to come will surely be reappraised as a cult classic for its edgy comic riffing on Taxi Driver-type psychosis and unabashed approach to full-frontal male nudity.
As Brandi, Faris turns in another of her sterling supporting performances and, as usual, brings something extra to the party. I got such a kick out of playing a character that was so obnoxious, but I did have to a nude pic of jackee harry my parents a couple of glasses of wine before I let them see the movie Can you imagine Paris or Jessica allowing themselves to be filmed being bonked senseless by Seth Rogen while lying slack-jawed, in smeared mascara, next to a pillow stained with vomit?
In other words, Faris is fearless. To play a dumb blonde, she says, "I think you have to embrace a lack of vanity. I think any comedy takes a bit of courage.
You have be OK with people perceiving you as a pretty unintelligent person and you know, that's OK. Still, a date's a date, and the two head off to a wild night of shots, shots, and more shots.
In between, Ronnie tries his best to woo the scatterbrained little Miss, but she's not even interested. When he pulls out a pill bottle filled with mood-altering prescriptions, Brandi immediately demands some. A few more slugs of tequila and a couple dozen tablets, and she's semi-comatose. Cut to the next sequence, and both are stumbling out into the night.
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Brandi vomits a little, and Ronnie picks her up and eventually takes her into her house. Another cut, and our hero is humping the holy Hell out of his seemingly unconscious date. Brandi is indeed unresponsive - that is, until Ronnie stops, clearly having second thoughts about screwing someone who's so non-responsive.
Immediately, Brandi screams out, demanding that her partner continue with what he was doing. Punchline complete, we move onto the next sequence. Brandi and Ronnie eventually talk faris each other, but the subject of a supposed sexual observe never comes up. Now there are two ways to look at this seminal scene.
The first is rather perfunctory. Ronnie, seeing an opportunity, took advantage of the situation and literally raped Faris. She was so out of it that she didn't know what she was doing - curse-laden response or not. On the other hand, there is a sentiment circulating among moviegoers and film critics that this young woman represents something other than your typical comedy chanteuse.
She's clearly loose in both her virtues and morals, taking any opportunity to lure males into her web of wanton needs as we see later on with a certain police detective. It's part of her identity, something she flaunts over and over again in the film.
So on the one side is the argument, complete valid and wholly defendable, that Faris's character is so inebriated, anna overloaded with drugs and alcohol, that there is no way she could have ever given consent.
Nothing she did before, during, or after the incident excuses Ronnie's behavior, and when the deed is done, it is a crime and reprehensible in its nature. Nothing in the film, not the tone or the style of humor should excuse such behavior. Even in a narrative which turns perversion into a literal "running" gag, the abuse of women is nude, ever acceptable, funny, or fodder for cinematic satire. On the other side of the fence is the feeling that, within the context of the movie as a whole, as part of Hill's insular universe of full on fetid freaks and disturbing geeks, Ronnie's actions are simply par for report course.
He is seizing on an opportunity that he clearly feels he's entitled to, and would not be banging away on Brandi unless she somehow indicated it was all right. Ronnie is not really a bad anna. Naked big boob redhead women, he's psychotic within a standard medical definition and while reduced to delusions, observe rarely if ever acts on them.
Until and goes on an all out drug binge with buddy Dennis he doesn't indulge in his many and daydreams. So why would the situation with Brandi be any different - especially when we see nude there is some manner of remorse or reassessment on his part. So which is it? Rape, or the reality report dating circa ?
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Tell me how you get into Brandi. It starts with putting on the nails—those press-on nails. And of course the push-up bra. And what's America going to think of her? Oh, God, I hope that they hate her. It's fun to sort of see it with an audience. That moment near the end where I say, "Good job, Ronnie! At South by Southwest they were like cheering and screaming, "Yeaaaaah!
That they hated me. What else did they like?
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Definitely everybody groaned after [Seth Rogen] kisses [Brandi] with the vomit in her mouth. So, this movie is very brash and dark—were you ever thinking to yourself, "Uh, are you sure about this? Especially that vomit scene and the love scene. It's hard to get a sense of the tone when you're not the director, and it was really scary. Seth was terrified, too. But we both just kept thinking to ourselves, "OK, this [love] scene is never, ever going to make it into the movie. Was there anything you wouldn't do? They said [for the love scene], "Hey, will you take your bra off?
I'm not going to show my boobs for the first time at that scene, I'll wait for my dramatic turn. OK, but I have to ask you—do you think people are going to get offended by that scene? When I first saw that love scene, in which you're drugged and passed out, I definitely thought, "Wow. Observe and Report: EW review. And they did some, but not a whole lot. Vomit down the side of my face? My fear, I suppose, is that because of that one scene, some folks will blast the movie without even bothering to see it.
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|sex with tamil wife||In "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," cuddly Kevin James at one point slaps a tiny hot-pink, cartoon-cat-festooned Band-Aid over a minor injury he incurs on the job. Tee hee. In new mall-cop "comedy" "Observe and Report," Seth Rogen violently bashes in some kids' skulls in with a skateboard. You hearing crickets? That's the intention of director Jody Hill, who deliberately and vocally eschews the term "comedy" and was branded this week as the "auteur of awkward" by the New York Times. His movie is dark. It's gory, and twisted, and it views the world through the prism of deeply afflicting mental illness.|
|video de cogida||It's become the most contentious scene in a film loaded with controversial content. It's more argued over than the sequence where doped up mall cops beat several defiant teenage skate rats with their own boards, or when our hero shoots up, or when his mother passes out in a drunken stupor, or when an overweight deviant runs full frontal and completely buck naked through a suburban store outlet. Still, when all is said and done, the single most scandalous moment in Jody Hill's mean-spirited masterwork Observe and Report has to be the date and eventual rape? The set-up is as follows: after months of literally stalking the poor cosmetics gal, Ronnie finally gets Brandi to agree to a date. It's a haphazard arrangement, one the little lady clearly forgets. After spending several hours on her front lawn, Ronnie finally sees a completely drunk and rather rumpled Brandi exit an SUV filled with men.|