I’m Still Here
Can’t wait to see what he does next
By: Don Morton | Apr 27, 2012 | Issue: 944 | No Comments | 1,509 views

© 2010 Flemmy Productions, LLC

Title in Japan: Yogisha Joaquin Phoenix
Director: Casey Affleck
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix
Year: 2010
Country: USA
Running Time: 108 min

A few years ago, Joaquin Phoenix decided to stop making movies. I’m probably not alone in wishing he had done so before making this one, a supposed documentary by brother-in-law Casey Affleck chronicling his downward spiral into irrelevance (and hip-hop infamy). There’s been some controversy about the questionable nature of all this. Part of me believes it to be a hoax, another part thinks it’s true. But 100 percent of me doesn’t really care, because either way it’s an ugly sit. Also sad, painful, foul-mouthed, screaming, tedious, sniveling and pointless. I can’t wait to see what he does next.

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