|A comedy that doesn't let principles stand in the way of progress.|
June 3, 2011 (limited)
Red Hour Films, Warp Films, Film4
The Weinstein Co.
Noah Taylor, Paddy Considine, Sally Hawkins, Craig Roberts, Yasmin Paige
Director: Richard Ayoade
Screenwriter: Richard Ayoade
|Script: Novel Adaptation|
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June 08, 2012 - 13:12
Actually I didn't care for Rushmore, but Submarine is on my top 10 list of movies this sumemr and it's possible that it will remain on the top ten for the entire year, depending in the competition. What makes it work so well I think is that it's not just self mocking and quirkiness and irony, but also a bit of seriousness underneath.Got to mention the score as well. Awesome.