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Highly Suspect Reviews: ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them’

5 Submitted by on Fri, 12 September 2014, 15:01

Unusual Suspects. Sit in the dark but the spark of the light of the screen.

Will they be mean?

All so Highly Suspect.  Why doooooo they ramble on?

This review is Highly Suspect. But yooooou should listen on.


Rookie filmmaker Ned Benson takes a very ambitious, Peter Jackson-y approach to his first movie. He split one romantic drama into three separate films. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby tells the story of a couple’s emotionally devastating breakup from each of their individual perspectives, accounting for two of the movie versions, with an additional installment blending the two.

And if you like multiple perspectives, you’ve come to the right movie review! The Unusual Suspects (in this case Brian, Beau, Elliott, and Will) open their hearts and pour their syrupy sentiments (good and bad) all over the “Them” cut of this roman-trifecta. We promise that, despite the title, we only make a few Beatles jokes.





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Brian is a four-year veteran of the interwebs, a member of The Austin Film Critics Association, and currently writes for Film School Rejects, Movie Pilot, Movies.com, and Fandango. An obsessive consumer of film, Brian loves everything from Buster Keaton to 80s post-apocalyptic sci-fi. He’s also a diehard Indianapolis Colts fan and collects VHS, laser discs, and classic game systems. An eighth-level geek overlord, Brian is one of the founders of OneOfUs.net, the brainchild of he and partner in crime Christopher Lawrence Cox. Brian cohosts both the Inside the Locker and Digital Noise podcasts.