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Rubber 2010 123movies

Rubber 2010 123movies

Are you TIRED of the expected?Nov. 09, 201085 Min.
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Watch: Rubber 2010 123movies, Full Movie Online – As film spectators watch, a killer car tire comes to life in a desert dump site. Flexing its… rubber… and ready to roll, it soon discovers its telekinetic ability to make small animals and people’s heads explode. Lt. Chad hopes to end this movie by fatally poisoning every last spectators, but failing that, the show must go on, and the tire goes on a three-day rampage. With few left alive, a lure is constructed to draw the tire from its motel room, where hopes are to end it and this movie once and for all..
Plot: A group of people gather in the California desert to watch a “film” set in the late 1990s featuring a sentient, homicidal car tire named Robert. The assembled crowd of onlookers watch as Robert becomes obsessed with a beautiful and mysterious woman and goes on a rampage through a desert town.
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too much in love with itself to be original
Sigh… I’ve been really looking forward for this one. And the premise makes ‘Rubber’ sound almost irresistible. But there are two ways of killing off a smart movie idea: 1.) Believe that the idea works so well with the audience that it won’t notice inconsistencies and bad acting. 2.) Constantly remind the audience what a smart idea it is watching.

Unfortunately, ‘Rubber’ succeeds in both: the only saving grace in terms of acting is Wings Hauser, the other leads make you seriously ponder an early leave. And what’s with the pompous speeches? To be sure, ‘Rubber’ is not about taking you out or into a moment. It’s about constantly reminding you that this moment isn’t really happening. For some, that might be a nice existentialist twist. For others, like me, such ambition is completely out of place in a film about a tire blowing people’s heads up.

If you’d edit this down to five minutes, you’d get a seriously hilarious short, though.

As for more rewarding options in the ‘weird French horror film with excellent cinematography’ section, I suggest ‘Amer’ (2009). It’s equally pointless but delightful eye-candy (in the literal sense of the word).

Review By: Radu_A
Quentin Dupeiux…you’re no Charlie Kaufman.
I never thought I would type these words, but I have a new appreciation for Synecdoche, New York. Yes, that film is an uber-pretentious piece of masturbatory tripe that crawls so far up its own ass it disappears into a parallel universe. But at least it tries hard and puts a lot of brain power into its willful oddity. Rubber is like Synecdoche, New York’s lazy, mentally challenged half-cousin. It’s just as pretentious and masturbatory but doesn’t have the energy or intelligence to scratch its own ass, let alone venture up in there. Here’s what I actually thought while watching this movie.

10 minutes in – “Oh, good lord.”

20 minutes in – “This was a mistake.”

30 minutes in – “Am I missing something?”

40 minutes in – “I don’t care if I’m missing something.”

50 minutes in – “Nope. There’s nothing in here to miss.”

60 minutes in – “This is like one of those films they would show during Sprockets on Saturday Night Live.”

70 minutes in – “Well…at least Wings Hauser got a paycheck out of this. I’ve always kind of liked him.”

80 minutes in – “This is almost over, right?”

82 minutes in – “Yes, it’s over and I’m 82 minutes closer to death.”

Rubber is about two things. There’s a tire that comes to life and rolls through the desert landscape, blowing up things with its psychokinetic power and developing a taste for television and this dark haired girl (Roxane Mesquida). There’s also a group of spectators in the desert watching the tire’s antics through binoculars like they’re the audience viewing a test screening in a movie theater. All but one of them is killed off by a guy with a bad haircut and a bicycle (Jack Plotnick) while Stephen Spinella gives a remarkable performance of an actor stuck in an insipid production that will not end, which is perhaps the greatest instance of art imitating life, simultaneously intentionally and unintentionally, in all cinema.

The more unconventional your storytelling, the smarter you have to be to pull it off. Writer/director Charlie Kaufman is very smart and it’s reflected in Synecdoche, New York. Even though that movie is pointless, meaningless, self-indulgent blather, it’s complex and detailed blather that occupies your time. “Writer”/”director” Quentin Dupieux is not smart at all and Rubber is pointless, meaningless and self-indulgent, but in an adolescently shallow and simplistic way. I’d bet the folks who are impressed with this film are the same ones whose minds were blown by that philosophy class they took freshman year in college and wouldn’t shut up about for 6 months afterward.

I mean, outside of Spinella, none of the cast get a chance to do anymore acting than they would in a commercial for chewing gum or switching to a new wireless provider. The best dialog in the film all belongs to the tire, which is completely mute the whole time. The direction looks like it belongs in 30 second promo spots for some 5th tier cable movie channel that only shows Mexican wrestling flicks and film school projects. And I hope Dupieux sent a royalty check to the guys who made Scanners.

If you’ve ever wondered why Hollywood beats the Euro film industry at the box office like a rented mule, watching Rubber will explain it to you. If you’ve ever wondered why the immensely more successful Hollywood continues to look to Euro douches like Quentin Dupieux for artistic validation…well, Rick James said it best. “Cocaine is a hell of a drug.”

Review By: MBunge

Other Information:

Original Title Rubber
Release Date 2010-11-09
Release Year 2010

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 22 min (82 min)
Budget 500000
Revenue 98017
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Director Quentin Dupieux
Writer Quentin Dupieux
Actors Stephen Spinella, Roxane Mesquida, Wings Hauser
Country France
Awards 5 wins & 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Laboratory Studio L’Equipe, France
Film Length 2.24 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Rubber 2010 123movies
Original title Rubber
TMDb Rating 5.946 813 votes

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