Dazed and Confused

Watched “Dazed and Confused” on DVD. I am a bit confused to the point of the film. It just shows a bunch (and I mean a bunch) of students on their last day of high school or something like that. They are just driving around, talking non-sense, smoke pot, drink beer and kiss. The movie starts nowhere and it ends nowhere. Maybe it was done as a historical reference for generations to come, but I doubt the accuracy of it (everyone were driving cars that I am far from affording having a full-time job in a good company).

The film started to get boring after about the second minute. And it never got any better. So, I had to find something to entertain myself. Luckily the film provided something. There were plenty of people and all of them looked unrecognizably young, so I went for a quest of recognizing them. First came Milla Jovovich and Matthew McConaughey. Than Ben Affleck. Than Adam Goldberg and Anthony Rapp. There a few others that I recognized the faces, but couldn’t remember where they played.

Soundtrack, with all the classic rock stars, such as Alice Cooper and Black Sabbath, also helped the time to pass by.

Other than that, the movie provides for a little entertainment and carries no point what-so-ever. 4 out of 10.

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