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She likes her Champagne chilled to exactly 37°, she drives a 1965 Corvette, she speaks fluent Vietnamese, and she has a Chinese girlfriend. Not to be confused with a Davos attendee, this is Mrs. Steven Munchkin (or is it Mnuchin? Those bourgeois French names are so hard to remember) in her first feature film, "Me You Madness". Sharing the screen with Chuck Bass from Gossip Girl (xoxo) Ms. Mnuchin (née Linton) has about 34 wardrobe changes in this 90 minute feature film, compared to the one single H&M ensemble worn by the Upper East Side's bad boy. From '80s inspired leotards to wear at her spinning classes (she's the one in the front row center, duh), to gowns by the fictional Alexander Ford, all her costumes - and yes, clowns wear costumes - show off her silicon injections and skin tightening. Chuck finds it appealing though, so much so that he professes his love for her. But I don't want to ruin the ending. "Me You Madness" like its lack of commas, doesn't have a coherent plot, breaks the fourth wall, because, well, Shakespeare, and even has fart jokes?! However, the soundtrack is admittedly good, and plays background to numerous dance numbers, including an extended one by Blair Waldorf's ex, as he dances around the sprawling estate owned by our main character. (Pro. Tip: Quit whatever job you're doing and become a hedge fund manager). I give this movie five stars because if nothing else, it is an excellent escape from our current state of reality, and gave me an hour and a half of entertainment. It is categorized as "Comedy" but the more I think about it, perhaps it should be listed under "Documentary".
if you are a true 80s kid and a fan of a B movie horror flick, you will enjoy this. it's a fun movie. it's a great time to not take life too seriously and see the romantic side of this as well. Have fun with it! The 2 main characters are just so adorable you have to love them! I may be biased because I did love Gossip Girl with Ed.
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