How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2017)
In anticipation of this film (which is remarkably cheap as an Amazon rental considering how new it is), I read the Neil Gaiman graphic novel. It...leaves a lot to be desired. The entirety of the source material is dispensed of within the first 20 or so minutes, and even then what we see on screen is far more detailed than the source that aggravatingly leaves everything to the imagination. Even in this more fleshed out take on the original idea, I couldn't really tell you what the point is. That said, John Cameron Mitchell retains enough skill to create moments (in combination with Elle Fanning's inability to be boring on screen). The music sequence that 1SO nominated for the Filmspot is certainly one of them, and I'd say the later punk raid is the other main highlight.
But man, this still feels pretty empty, and can be Exhibit 1 of the question of whether JCM has ever made a bad film.