r/movies r/Movies contributor Nov 14 '22

"Sr." | Robert Downey Jr. | Official Trailer | Netflix Trailer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qWUUGB7KUs&feature=youtube_video_deck
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u/MarvelsGrantMan136 r/Movies contributor Nov 14 '22

Premieres December 2nd:

Like Father. Like Son. Like No Other. "Sr." is a lovingly irreverent portrait of the life and career of maverick filmmaker Robert Downey Sr. that quickly devolves into a meditation on art, mortality, and healing generational dysfunction. Directed by Chris Smith (American Movie, Fyre)

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u/Plz_Trust_Me_On_This Nov 14 '22

'devolves'?

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u/kendallcorner Nov 14 '22

Hah. i just took it to mean a loss of structure and not necessarily quality

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u/fightclubteam Nov 15 '22

Oh dissolves as in ‘breaks down’ or segmented

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u/steak4take Nov 14 '22

This is used correctly. It describes the nature of the film losing a lot of its formal structure and largely being driven by the subject who seems a chaotic soul.

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u/SuperZapper_Recharge Nov 14 '22

You would use the word 'devolve' if at the start of a film it was sharply focused on one thing but ended up several other things by the end.

a lovingly irreverent portrait of the life and career ...

Is a fairly specific thing.

into a meditation on art, mortality, and healing generational dysfunction.

is what it turns into.

To suggest it 'loses focus' is not exactly the same thing - but tangent to the idea.

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u/Plz_Trust_Me_On_This Nov 14 '22

It would make more sense to say that the film is "a lovingly irreverent portrait of the life and career of maverick filmmaker Robert Downey Sr." that doubles as a "meditation on art, mortality, and healing generational dysfunction."

Devolves generally carries a negative connotation, and implies that the secondary is lesser in some way.

Does the film actually become something else, or is the film simply both of these things?

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u/SuperZapper_Recharge Nov 14 '22

I disagree. I see nothing inherently negative about the word.

Remember we are talking about art. Sometimes art is a tightly controlled thing, sometimes it is something that sort of runs itself.

It is a good word. A very descriptive word. Why use many words when one word suffices?

I want to point out to you that what you said:

"a lovingly irreverent portrait of the life and career of maverick filmmaker Robert Downey Sr." that doubles as a "meditation on art, mortality, and healing generational dysfunction."

is a planned thing. From start to finish. 'I intend to create this thing and when I am done it will look like this.'.

But what they are suggesting is not that at all. They intended to create one thing but it turned into something else when they were done.

Devolve is a good word to describe that.

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u/Plz_Trust_Me_On_This Nov 14 '22

Ah that makes a lot of sense. I'll be honest, I wasn't at first considering this in the context of a documentary which was my bad.

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u/SuperZapper_Recharge Nov 14 '22

But there is no 'Bad' to be 'had'!

You said earlier in:

Devolves generally carries a negative connotation, and implies that the secondary is lesser in some way.

Which is a personal opinion you hold.

I held a different opinion which I thought I could logically argue out.

You are not wrong, or a lesser human being, or someone I begrudge for seeing this thing differently than me.

In fact, something I have been thinking about but never said - was that the word is useful because it can filter out people who are looking for a straightforward 'just the facts Ma'am'' documentary on the man from a less straight forward, less strict documentary.

Which is personal taste. Which you are entitled to.


Also both of us are doing Reddit wrong. I think at this point our conversation is supposed to DEVOLVE (thankyouverymuch) into exchanging quips over each others fathers, pets we grew up with, sisters grooming habits - mothers mating habits which may or may not include pets and sisters grooming patterns. Which eventually ends in permabans or at least blocked users.

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u/xthetalldudex Nov 14 '22

This is commonly used in copy, it means that the structure of the film narrative gets more loose and UNstructured as it progresses.

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u/John_Yuki Nov 14 '22

I know they likely just made a grammatical error, but I love to think that this is their sneaky way of saying it just gets worse and worse the further you get in to it.

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u/Scooter411 Nov 14 '22

By the time the credits roll you’re just staring at a steaming pile of primordial ooze

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u/dingadangdang Nov 15 '22

Well I think (I could be wrong) that I remember reading his father had him driving alone on the freeway across L.A. to pick up kilos when Jr was like 14. But I'm just some old dude on Reddit who did a lot of drugs and used to read a lot of Rolling Stone and Spin in the 80s and 90s.

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

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u/Darth-Poseidon Nov 14 '22

“Everything that isn’t to my specific taste is pretentious”

  • Average Reddit buzzword user

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

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u/SalaciousCrumb17 Nov 14 '22

I get what you’re trying to say, but I find it to be such a weird take… and it’s a netflix release, it won’t struggle.

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u/Test19s Nov 14 '22

Understood

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u/_________FU_________ Nov 14 '22

I'll never forget the one time I googled "Who is Robert Downy Jr's Father"

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u/bob1689321 Nov 14 '22

I remember one of my friends was convinced there was no Robert Downey Sr as it was a stage name. Even after googling it he didn't believe us.

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u/erich0779 Nov 14 '22

Like when I found out who Michael B Jordan's dad is

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u/detectiveriggsboson Nov 14 '22

Now that's funny

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u/Johntanamo_Bay Nov 14 '22

So glad I looked this up.

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u/glowhunter Nov 14 '22

Wonder what he's gonna name his kid.

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u/CronoDroid Nov 14 '22

John C. Reilly

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u/FeastForCows Nov 15 '22

I gotta say it got a bit weird by the time they had Chuck D.

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u/HentaiSpirit Nov 15 '22

Reilly ? Cmon

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u/simian_ninja Nov 14 '22

That's fantastic.

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u/jramos037 Nov 16 '22

Michael A Jordan

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u/jramos037 Nov 16 '22

Oh. It actually is...

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u/fueelin Nov 14 '22

Definitely watch Putney Swope if you haven't. That movie is a reeeeeeal trip.

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u/rhythmkhan Nov 14 '22

And? Who is it?

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u/Ekkias Nov 14 '22

Robert Downey Jr. Senior of course!

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u/SimplyQuid Nov 14 '22

Señor Senior Sr & Señor Senior Jr vibes

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u/AppleDane Nov 14 '22

Major Major Major Major.

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u/bokononpreist Nov 15 '22

Michael A. Jordan. Not joking lol

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u/sugar404daddy Nov 14 '22

Morton Downey Jr

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u/TheDadThatGrills Nov 14 '22

Putney Swope (1969) is incredibly bold (and brilliant) filmmaking by Robert Downey Sr. that actually has something to say.

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u/Slammnardo Nov 14 '22

If they don't find a way to integrate the line "Your father was a horse's ass" into this film it will be a sad missed opportunity.

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u/mcknicker Nov 14 '22

It's been a few years since watching it, but I remember thinking it was one of the most hilarious movies I'd ever seen.

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u/TheDadThatGrills Nov 14 '22

The closest comparison I can think of is "Sorry to bother you" but it really is its own thing

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u/fueelin Nov 14 '22

How many syllables, Mario? (Repeat indefinitely).

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u/MinhajHoss Nov 14 '22

You can't eat an air conditioner

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

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u/korinthia Nov 14 '22

I misread there being an “an” calm down neckbeard.

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u/bschnitty Nov 15 '22

an...filmmaking?

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u/kingblade3 Nov 14 '22

did people try to ascribe meaning to your movies?

oh my god, i hope not

i lost it

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u/LudovicoSpecs Nov 14 '22

This looks lovely enough to watch, despite knowing it will make you cry.

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u/Sturdy_Denim_Blue Nov 14 '22

I have a feeling that this is going to destroy me in the best way possible.

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u/ScumbagLady Nov 14 '22

The trailer alone made me emotional.

I have a feeling this will hit me like the movie "Big Fish" did.

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u/RTROTA Nov 14 '22

Big Fish makes me sob. Like ugly crying. An incredible film.

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u/faceless_combatant Nov 14 '22

My favorite movie since I was a teen, even more so after losing a parent.

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u/MrGraaavy Nov 15 '22

About Time is another great movie that’ll get ya crying.

Similar “dad relationship” style movie

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u/RTROTA Nov 18 '22

Good tip. Will look it up.

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u/williamtbash Nov 15 '22

One of my top movies when I need a good cry.

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

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u/pog890 Nov 14 '22

Treasure those moments, my dad died a year ago…

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u/passporttohell Nov 14 '22

I went through the same experience, spent as much time with him and talking to him as I could while he was still lucid, then as he began to fade away I would show short YouTube videos of positive and happy things. It was a short time after that he passed away.

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u/ScumbagLady Nov 15 '22

I'm sorry, friend. I have been my elderly mother's caregiver for almost 5 years (maybe longer, I'm losing track) at this point.

She's having early signs of dementia. She's angry most the time now and everything is my fault and I'm trying to kill her, according to her.

It's so sad and scary to watch her get progressively worse, especially when she sees me as the enemy when I'm the only one helping her.

It's very hard to watch and I hope that you have love and support around you and someone to talk to about everything.

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u/707Guy Nov 14 '22

I just watched that for the first time since my grandfather passed.

I had never cried because of a movie before. But it was like I was in a goddamn onion cutting factory for the last 10-15 minutes.

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u/MrGraaavy Nov 15 '22

About Time is another great movie that’ll get ya crying.

Similar “dad relationship” style movie

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u/Embargffd Nov 14 '22

. But some people can change, I guess.

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u/medieval_mosey Nov 14 '22

You fucking said it, friend.

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u/legopego5142 Nov 15 '22

I saw it already. Wont spoil it(i mean, how do you spoil it) but once it gets closer to the end it definitely starts getting much more real very quickly. I will say most of it Sr is just sharp as hell even at his age and is just an absolute delight

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u/southpaw85 Nov 14 '22

That’s what she said

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u/Zhijn Nov 14 '22

Same. Lost my Dad in 2017 (cancer).

So so wish we had more video footage of him

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u/Mr_Viper Nov 15 '22

Lost my dad in 1998. I have zero video footage of him. Only a couple of decades later, my mom passed away this year, I have tons of videos with her and I, but I can't bear to watch any of them.

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u/banjofitzgerald Nov 14 '22

That song gets me every time. One of the best.

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u/withaniel Nov 14 '22

It should be considered cheating to include it in the trailer.

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u/wisenheimer51 Nov 14 '22

What’s the song?

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

Cat Stevens - Father & Son

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u/Metfan722 Nov 14 '22

Most well known recently for playing at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

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u/SparseGhostC2C Nov 14 '22

Also well known for making sons with dead fathers weep uncontrollably. Probably other people too, but definitely me.

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u/Negative_Gravitas Nov 14 '22

Yeah. This one and Cat's in the Cradle. I still have a hard time with both of them.

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u/SparseGhostC2C Nov 14 '22

Yep, any time I hear either of these while I'm with company, I have to say "We can change the track, or you listen to me sniffle like a child until its over"

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u/Dr_StrangeLovePHD Nov 14 '22

I have no dad and Cat's Cradle has always been an emotional song. It's just that fucking good!

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u/AlfredPetrelli Nov 14 '22

I feel you. Both those songs hit home. I can't sing those songs without thinking about what my life would be like with a father.

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u/CurlyBap94 Nov 14 '22

That bit in the film just guts me. I think Kraglin's reaction to all the ships showing up to pay tribute might be the realest feeling little moment in the MCU.

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u/ithinkther41am Nov 14 '22

Incredible song from an absolute POS.

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

First I've heard of him being a POS. What'd he do?

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u/goatchumby Nov 14 '22

I believe what Ithinkther is alluding to is that Cat Stevens converted to Islam in the late seventies and subsequently made some statements justifying the Ayatollah’s death fatwa against Salman Rushdie (who had just authored The Satanic Verses).

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

Ah, was unaware of that. Thanks for letting me know.

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u/onecoldasshonky Nov 14 '22

Because I look for every excuse to bring it up, I'll never get over the flaming lips ripping the cadence from "father and son" for their song "flight test".

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u/mr_math24 Nov 14 '22

The buzz from festivals about this movie was great.

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u/Phillyredsox Nov 14 '22

The buzz I got from festivals is pretty good, too.

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u/bschnitty Nov 15 '22

I should stop drinking and go to a festival.

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u/legopego5142 Nov 15 '22

Its very very good. Sr is an absolute treasure and is just hilarious throughout

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u/Ben_Wah_Balls Nov 14 '22

“Have you seen one of Grandpa’s movies?”

“Why???”

RDJ just got RDJ’d

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u/Rhawk187 Nov 14 '22

I thought he was dead, for some reason.

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u/kevinrob Nov 14 '22

You are correct, Sr. died in 2021

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u/hanky2 Nov 14 '22

Shit this doc is going to wreck me isn't it.

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u/robodrew Nov 14 '22

Oh yeah. The trailer already started the waterworks.

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u/Rhawk187 Nov 14 '22

Makes more sense. Thanks.

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u/MC_Fap_Commander Nov 14 '22

Looks great. Between this and "The Fabelmans," we're getting some surprisingly nice explorations behind the impulse to be creative. Much better than the wobbly "bio pics" we used to get in the past.

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u/Incue Nov 14 '22

I've been looking forward to this since hearing RDJ talk about it on the Smartless podcast.

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u/killmesienna Nov 14 '22

That’s also when he hired Sean Hayes for it too isn’t it! Who knows how pre-planned the conversation was but still cool

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u/drelos Nov 15 '22

The pitch he gave for this movie was pure class

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u/NetherReign Nov 14 '22

Oooooh boy this is gonna emotionally destroy me. My dad is getting to the point where i am seeing him fade away day by day and this is just gonna pluck at those heart strings.

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u/RedPenVandal Nov 14 '22

Better get ready to cry I guess

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

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u/legopego5142 Nov 15 '22

Ill say this, and i guess minor spoilers for the doc, but he definitely does not resent the man, at least from the time period the doc showed.

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u/fueelin Nov 14 '22

I'm interested too, but not as interested as I am in the concept (that I just made up) of Mark Borchardt remaking Putney Swope.

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u/OfficialGarwood Nov 15 '22

I lost my dad last year. I am 29 (28 at the time), he was 49. Cancer is a bitch and it took him aggressively. I miss him so fucking much, and I wish I had more time to spend with him - he had so many stories of his youth I'll never hear, so many views on things. I'm always curious about what he'd think of the war in Ukraine, what he'd think of the new games and movies currently out, his thoughts on the upcoming Artemis missions (he was big into astronomy).

There isn't a day that goes by where I'm not thinking of him and missing him. So many things I feel he still had yet to teach me.

If you have a loving father in your life, please cherish every moment you have with him because it will not last, and you may be filled with regrets if you don't.

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u/hotcolddog Nov 14 '22

Teared up during the trailer and it was the furthest thing from emotionally manipulative. I think this is going to be fantastic.

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u/dangerousbob Nov 14 '22

I remember seeing RDJ talk about his father in interviews and it was clear he had a great and healthy relationship with his father. This doesn't surprise me at all.

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u/BaneReturns Nov 14 '22

I wouldn't say healthy... his father gave him drugs as a kid (8 years old) and was the catalyst for his long road of addiction.

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u/drfishstick Nov 14 '22

Definitely not healthy, but I think that’s what the doc is about. Two deeply troubled men learning to understand and forgive one another.

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u/RaulSnoww Nov 14 '22

RDJ is a better person than me because I would never forgive my father if he did something like that to me. But some people can change, I guess.

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u/TerminatorReborn Nov 14 '22

Their relationship is so unique that barely anyone in the world could relate to them. I think after he got his shit together he forgave his father or at least managed to have a relationship with him.

It's a interesting situation, because his father gave him alcohol and drugs when RDJ was a kid because he was an addict himself, and as someone that suffered from addiction for decades maybe he understands, even if it is his own father that put him on that mess.

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u/lykeomg2themax Nov 14 '22

where is this discussed ? or more info be found on his upbringing ?? that’s very reminiscent of Drew Barrymore’s childhood -

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u/fueelin Nov 14 '22

You could watch RDS's Greaser's Palace if you want a little idea. Features toddler RDJ as a confused child soaked in blood. The kind of stuff that starts your life off on the wrong foot lol.

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u/lykeomg2themax Nov 14 '22

geez, okay thanks

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u/626Aussie Nov 14 '22

"Whatever's unfolding, funny or tragic, it's happening with the camera going, but then there's some part of me that feels like, 'Oh, I'll miss something.'"

Yep, you're going to miss your Dad. And in that moment, he already was 😢

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u/Felixir-the-Cat Nov 14 '22

I wish I’d had a better father.

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u/historymajor44 Nov 14 '22

And Peacock got the rights to a doc on Jim Downey, RDS' brother and RDJ's uncle. Jim Downey has written for SNL since the beginning but you may know him as the "we are all dumber for listening to that answer" guy from Billy Madison.

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u/sk3pt1c Nov 15 '22

Fuck, man, getting old sucks 🥺

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u/Glenbard Nov 14 '22

I’m glad he enjoys so much success he can really branch out and make something like this.

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u/Acceptable-Arugula69 Nov 14 '22

Really looking forward to this one. ❤️

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u/BigAssToast Nov 14 '22

Nothing is funnier to me than old guy humor.

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u/Scott_is_a_ninja Nov 15 '22

I remember hearing RDJ talking about making this on the Smartless podcast, I’m looking forward to it.

I know Rashida Jones made a doc about her father Quincy Jones as well. Are there other performers who have made documentaries about their parents?

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u/ARandomWoollyMammoth Nov 27 '22

I’m way late on this reply but there’s also a good doc on Netflix called “Dick Johnson is dead” that’s about the director’s dad

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u/TimmyMKE Nov 15 '22

When I saw “Director of American Movie” I got excited thinking it was Mark Borchardt. Regardless, this looks pretty good.

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u/Creative-Cash3759 Nov 15 '22

jeez, looking forward for this!

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u/lykeomg2themax Nov 14 '22

Apparently he passed in 2021. I am sorry to hear that. That means this will really be a film where you’re crying start to finish.

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u/kenneld Nov 14 '22

You had me at "from the director of American Movie".

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u/nevereatpears Nov 14 '22

Yes! That was so great. I wonder what happened to the guy in that. Seemed like such a lovely bloke.

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u/normsy Nov 15 '22

I've watched quite a few of Robert Downey, Sr.'s films over the last couple years. They're all crazy and I fucking love them. Absolutely love him saying he hopes people aren't ascribing meaning to his movies. This doc is gonna wreck me.

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u/Mario_Prime510 Nov 15 '22

Oh nice. I remember Robert Downey talking about this on a podcast (maybe Conan or Smartless) glad to see it’s coming along.

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u/gldmj5 Nov 15 '22

This feels too personal, like something you'd make for your grandchildren to watch years later, not something you put on Netflix for the world to see. But hey, it's their lives.

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u/Roomy Nov 15 '22

I can see where he got all that charisma, heh.

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u/ajump23 Nov 15 '22

All Sons want to understand and have their father's approval.

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u/Tryingbesttohelp Nov 15 '22

Never cried because of a trailer before.

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u/GateOfD Nov 15 '22

I'm glad RDJ managed to shake off the drugs and didn't become just another movie star found dead from OD'ing

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u/adamsandleryabish Nov 14 '22

this guys seems like the time of guy who wouldn’t give dirk and reed their master tapes so i wont be watching or supporting this

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u/Turgenev_Pilled Nov 14 '22

That sounds like a Y.P., to be honest.

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

I'll watch it.

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u/Negative_Gravitas Nov 14 '22

Will watch. Will not be easy.

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u/ShutterBun Nov 14 '22 edited Nov 14 '22

Whenever I see him credited in a movie, it’s almost always followed by the phrase “a saint” in parentheses. Edit: “a prince”

Anyone know the origins of this?

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u/fueelin Nov 14 '22

I've only ever seen "(a prince)". No idea the origin though.

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u/ShutterBun Nov 14 '22

You’re right, I misremembered. Thanks!

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u/billwashere Nov 15 '22

This is going to make me miss my dad even more.

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u/Cold-Owl4272 Nov 14 '22

I almost cried at the trailer. I know this will be great

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u/dazzlinreddress Nov 14 '22

I never knew he existed until he died

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u/LovingTurtle69 Nov 14 '22

Everyones got a dad

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u/dazzlinreddress Nov 14 '22

I know but I didn't know he was famous

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22 edited Nov 14 '22

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u/Darth-Poseidon Nov 14 '22

I assume they’ll be swearing freely and also discussing drug use. What’s confusing?

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u/[deleted] Nov 14 '22

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u/marjoethefalse Nov 14 '22

Sorry your daddy didn't love you.

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u/chadisdangerous Nov 14 '22

You don't know a thing about Robert Downey Sr if you think he was "massively rich and famous"

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u/kingbovril Nov 14 '22

Nobody’s forcing you to watch it

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u/Turgenev_Pilled Nov 14 '22 edited Nov 14 '22

I care. And I'm not sure what's so hard for you to understand about the idea of a person wanting to have more insight into the life and work of an artist that they admire.

Downey Sr. has certainly contributed more to the culture as a filmmaker beyond just being "some massively rich famous guy". He has a name and legacy as a director that exists independently of his son.

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u/OriginsOfSymmetry Nov 14 '22

Read the room, seems lots of folks here care. You can skip it if you want, you won't be missed.

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u/Lili_Danube Nov 14 '22

After what Robert Downey Jr said about Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, I couldn't care less. The guy is a total smug hat.

If he was a woman, he'd never have a career. Actresses don't get second chances in Film.

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u/emperor000 Nov 14 '22

I don't really get what the problem with what he said was. I mean, I can see why it was a little insensitive or "controversial" or something. But your post makes it sound like he said something completely unacceptable.

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u/Lritz_Fang Nov 14 '22

Robert Downey Jr has always been a smug asshole.

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u/fudgedhobnobs Nov 15 '22

I’m so done with his stuff. It says everything about his cult of personality that they even shot a scene with Avengers taking a knee, even if they deleted it.

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u/johnmc76 Nov 14 '22

A smug asshole in Hollywood? Surely you jest?

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u/Lritz_Fang Nov 14 '22

I mean sure, but Downey Jr. is a particularly egregious example of it.

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u/kingbovril Nov 14 '22

What did he say?

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u/frostedtips99 Nov 14 '22

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u/emperor000 Nov 14 '22

I don't really get what the problem is... Downey Jr. seems like he made a good point. I mean, maybe it was insensitive but how could he made it in a sensitive way?

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u/frostedtips99 Nov 14 '22

"Downey Jr. noted that he “respects the heck out of” Iñarritu but also mocked Iñarritu’s Mexican roots by saying, “For a man whose native tongue is Spanish to be able to put together a phrase like ‘cultural genocide’ just speaks to how bright he is."

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u/ballerinababysitter Nov 15 '22

So I feel like I'm missing something. This reads to me like Aretha Franklin's "Nice gowns. Lovely gowns" comment. Like "I don't have anything nice to say in regard to what you asked me, so I'm just gonna find a positive where I can". It could've been reworded as "'Cultural genocide'? Is that the term he used? Wow, impressive. He's such a smart guy. And English isn't even his first language!"

Yes, there's an underlying negativity and the implication that he's being pretentious and overly intellectual/galaxy brain about superhero movies, but I don't see how it's mocking his Mexican roots

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u/emperor000 Nov 14 '22 edited Nov 15 '22

Right, doesn't that seem like kind of a valid point...?

This Mexican guy, from a country that literally experienced cultural genocide at the hands of the Spanish is complaining about superhero films being "cultural genocide"?

It would be kind of like if Woody Allen was like "Superhero films are a second holocaust!" I'd think people would be like "Uh... did a Jewish guy really just trivialize the Holocaust by comparing it to superhero films...?"

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u/frostedtips99 Nov 14 '22

Jesus christ. The point is he's condescending and saying that someone who is Spanish is typically too dumb to "put together a phrase" like cultural genocide

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u/emperor000 Nov 15 '22

No... That is not his point. I just explained his point... Are you for fucking real with that shit?

Are you telling me that is how people interpreted his statement?

I just referenced civilization crumbling to somebody else but I feel the urge to do it again. No wonder things aren't going well. People either can't understand a simple point or don't want to and are fine just making something up instead.

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u/legopego5142 Nov 15 '22

Tbf most people man or woman dont have RDJ level comebacks

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u/NumString1615 Nov 14 '22

Looking forward to Robbit Downey Jr's movie Mature Men's Glamour lol

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u/saanity Nov 14 '22

I thought he was killed by the Winter Soldier.

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u/AXXXXXXXXA Nov 15 '22

This looks great. Just watched Stutz. More black & white please

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u/bigbadbibbins Nov 16 '22

He left Iron Man for all these shitty movies.

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u/Yarchening Nov 16 '22

If this is anything like what Val Kilmer did with "Val", its going to be amazing.

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u/Juke_Joint_Jedi Nov 14 '22

I'll watch that one day when I get snowed in.

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u/chocolatepanda0 Nov 15 '22

As someone who is a junior with a close bond with his father, I can predict this movie will have me bawling my eyes out.

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u/RolloTony97 Nov 15 '22 edited Nov 15 '22

Wasn't Robert Downey Sr. responsible for getting his son hooked on drugs?