You could respect this movie on John Travolta’s performance, which is pretty good. He plays the role somewhat believably, and isn’t necessarily over-acting or anything like that. Co-stars like Devon Sawa also turn in some good performances as well. Everyone is reasonably believable. This page has the fanatic 2019, watch online, the fanatic 2019 free download, full movie hd.
The cinematography is also pretty okay. Scenes are well staged, well lit, and generally the movie looks good, I suppose. On a production level, everything works! But it’s still a very difficult movie to watch. Travolta plays a very innocent character named Moose, who is on the autistic spectrum, and the whole movie is essentially about beating up on him. When it’s not beating up on Moose, it’s asking you to feel sorry for him. I can’t remember a single moment where the movie portrays this guy as a human being. Filmxy has The Fanatic (2019) Online Full Movie, The Fanatic (2019) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: John Travolta, Devon Sawa, Ana Golja.
Every single scene is an uncomfortable test of your empathy as everything that can go wrong, does, to the point where it becomes an unrealistic spiral. As far as concepts for a movie go, that could work, but The Fanatic does not have the subtle touch required to broach the subjects it attempts to tackle. It tries to avoid making Moose look like a monster, but it’s still mean spirited and dehumanizing. It’s like 88 minutes of watching bullies pick on a nerd, both directly and indirectly, and I found that hard to sit through. Moose is presented almost as a circus side show act, where you’re meant to gawk and point and feel pity. This is a movie that revels in second-hand embarrassment.
I could not shake the sense that former musician and Director Fred Durst was working through some issues, and he’s admitted the movie is based on personal experiences. I’m sure he’s dealt with some pushy fans in his life, and that sucks for him, but this seems like a poor way to express that. And things don’t get any better. Moose continues his downward spiral, constantly making the worst possible decisions, to the point where it almost becomes a cartoonish self-parody. Moose’s autism is used as an excuse to wave away even the most absurd plot twists, and it all comes to a peak in a climax I would describe as “frustratingly convenient.” I don’t know what this movie was trying to say.
The more I thought about it, the angrier I got, as the credits rolled. This is a cynical movie at best. It offers no justification for why it exists. It says nothing. It’s an excuse to make you cringe for an hour and a half. Maybe you like that, but it’s not really my style. Though the rest of the film may be competent, as a story, it just sucks.