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Review: Pedro Almodovar pilots 'I'm So Excited!' to heights of lunacy
Review: Pedro Almodovar pilots 'I'm So Excited!' to heights of lunacy

I can't remember when, if ever, Pedro Almodóvar has had as much flamboyant fun as he does in the high-flying comedy "I'm So Excited!" The sex and death, musically infused airline disaster farce is staged at 30,000 feet. Much of the story unfolds in the plane's crowded cockpit — just one of the many entendres the Spanish writer-director doubles to take an imperiled Mexico City flight to heights of lunacy. The film is so off-the-wall, so raw, so risqué, so gay, that it may come as a shock even to Almodóvar fans used to his boundary-pushing ways. It is why "Excited!" will likely divide audiences into love-it or hate-it camps,...

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