I waited a while to finally see this movie after going through a list of "Top Twist Ending Movies" that I downloaded and planned to watch later. First, this was not what I consider to be a "twist". The movie was written so poorly, that if you have plain common sense, it's not hard to figure everything out 10 -15 minutes in. After the Narrator he mentions he suffers of insomnia, you already know that this movie happens entirely in his imagination. Yes...spoiler, because if you haven't seen this, don't waste your time...you won't miss much.
I also did not like the movie set where all of the scenes took place. Actually there was no set. Everything was done in a very low budget-y "we-have-no-money-to-build-a-set-so-let's-just-use-an-old-abandoned-crack-house-for-free" kind of way. Looks like it was filmed in one spot where you were constantly being "walked" around corners from room to room. Very closed in. Maybe they were trying to drive home the fact that the entire movie took place in ones head IDK. Either way, they didn't invest much.
Acting was poor, it should have done without the Narration - which I hate because it tends to be insulting...it's like having someone read to you when the agenda or notes are right there in front of you on a piece of paper. (Please don't read an ENTIRE script to the audience...that's worse than Closed Captioning.)
Some parts were just thrown in "just because" but had no real point other than to be grotesque. (Like Brad Pitt urinating in the food.) Good actors don't need to rely on gotcha moments, just to get a point across about the character's personality traits. Their acting is convincing enough to show through. The guy with the breasts...Audience didn't need an extreme and unrealistic physical trait to convince people that he was depressed. The actor should have been able to convey this part of his personality in his acting. He wasn't.
Much of what happens in this movie is very unrealistic, such that it should have been in the genre for Fantasy instead of Drama or Thriller. If you like confusing movies that border on becoming silly and ridiculous midway through, (like "Get Out"), then go for it. Otherwise, this is more appropriate for cult followers who will watch and like it for no apparent reason other than it being a fad or because Brad Pitt's name is associated with it.
Movie was was such a fail, I don't even want to waste more time typing about it. I wish I could get a refund or unsee it. Yes, it was THAT bad.