How do you follow an arthouse-horror movie about a tire which can make people’s heads explode with the power of its mind (or whatever it is tires have instead of a mind)? Quite easily, it seems, if you are Rubber writer-director Quentin Dupieux.
The French filmmaker’s new movie is called Wrong and stars Jack Plotnick as a man named Dolph whose place of work either has broken water sprinklers or is enjoying a lengthy spell of indoor rain, Steve Little from Eastbound & Down as a detective who believes he can locate Dolph’s lost dog by examining his old poop, and a lot of other actors as similarly peculiar folks. In short, the only reason Wrong isn’t Dupieux’s oddest film to date is that, as we’ve already mentioned, his last film concerned a tire which can make people’s heads explode with the power of its mind (or whatever it is tires have instead of a mind).
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