Pain and Glory (Dolor y gloria)
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Amanda Seyfried is a force!
I thoroughly enjoyed it!
Enjoyable, suspensionful film with an unexpected twist at the end. Sole implausible small details but Seyfried makes up for the inconsistencies.
The characters are not developed enough for you to care about any of them. There are huge part lot holes.
The girl actress sucks!!!! Don't know her name but she's bad! Enjoy the show and stories but you need a new main actress. Sorry ??
Engaging and emotionally investing.
Positives: Amanda Seyfried did her best with a woeful script. She is the ONLY reason to watch this.
Negatives: A derivative storyline. The most stupid and uncompassionate cops ever. Wes Bentley's odd look. The climax was underwhelming. A wooden serial killer who was completely cliche yet the cops didn't have a clue. Her sister looked nothing like her. Sebastian Stan looks 20 years older than the missing sister. Unnecessary reveal of a gay couple that added nothing to the script. Support cast full of bad actors for example the Locksmith and his son. Some Z list acting right there. The 40s +police woman with the hairstyle for a teenager. What a rotter!
''s all very well giving Amanda the power to vicariously avenge sex attacks, but it doesn't do much for gender relations.
I was expecting more when i was watching the movie, i thought it is case of physcology, but ending was cheap.no sense, no logic. cant understand it.
Not horrible performances, it just a poorly made film.