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Gets quite artistic there at the end, but overall still very underwhelming.
In darkness has a good mood and strong female lead and it starts off good but the weather becomes a little bit far-fetched and ridiculous further it goes. Performances are fine and it has a unique story but things do get a bit non-believable. Pacing is off and the plot and story could’ve been better. Predictable and subpar ending.
Looking for a great thriller? Well, last night I came across "In Darkness" again and even watching it a second time it's even better than the 1967 Audrey Hepburn flick "Wait until dark" (dealing with a similar story). You'll easily find it on cable nowadays as it came out in 2018. Cool story with an amazing twist. 7 1/2 points of 10.
Didn’t make much sense at all
I was so bored I got on here to write this review. Bad actors, bad script, just plain bad. I wanted it to end.
This movie is slow paced. The characters have conversations that can go for 3 minutes to 5 minutes, but is still Fairly written.
Some critics have no idea sometimes. This movie has twists and turns that would look good in a Hitchcock. It has the ability to put you on the edge of your cognitive seat. Dormer's portrayal of a blind woman is superb. Watch it or miss out, the final scene is a must see
Wait a minute. The protagonist, who's plotted 26 years to murder her enemy to avenge her family, who's pretended to be blind to get close to him, fails to poison him when she gets the golden opportunity because she dropped the poison and could not retrieve it due to her "blindness", but turns out was not blind all along??
For a film that tried so hard, did nobody actually read the script over?
Natalie Dormer co-writes and stars in the gritty crime thriller In Darkness. When a blind pianist with a dark secret witnesses the death of the daughter of an exiled Serbian war criminal she gets caught-up in a deadly power struggle. Dormer gives an incredible performance, and the supporting cast is pretty strong as well. Additionally, the film does a good job at building intrigue and suspense. However, the plot can be a little hard to follow and some of it doesn't make a lot of sense. Still, script issues aside, In Darkness is a compelling and intense drama.
Twisty noir thriller gains weight as the plot thickens. Satisfying conclusion. Characters are cool.