Hi Fidelity

Man, as if this isn’t one of the best movies ever. Almost good enough to make me want to read the corresponding book.

I don’t know what made me slap on the DVD of Hi-Fi today. I’ve been going through a bit of a John Cusack revival, having recently seen the middling Identity, re-watched the brilliant Grosse Pointe Blank (which has an AWESOME soundtrack) and now this – again.

Something about Rob’s neurotic internal struggle, the brilliant soliloquizing, and cynicism about relationships strikes a chord. Jack Black’s brilliant comic-foil potential shining through was also entertaining.

I wish I could do all that ‘to camera’ stuff.