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I May Destroy You
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So so so so slow. And never get faster.
Just consider one point, this moved is carried by Foster, an inexperienced 13-yr-old. That being said, the story is rather far fetched with several huge gaps in the plot, but the job Foster does is a sight to behold. Sheen doesn't put in his best work, but Hollywood via pedophile works its obsession into another movie. The young boy's character is rather stiff, but the slack is taken up by the actrees who plays the bitchy lady who gets her cumupance in the end. Worth one look but nothing to write home about.
The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane is an absolute masterpiece. It's an interesting story and the acting is superb. I would definitely recommend this movie.
It works in large part because of Foster
Very well done, for many reasons . Well casted included
Martin Sheen really sold his character. Absolutely brilliant acting.
i'd say it's a good movie, one of those types you watch once but not again for many years. great performance by jodie foster and a good storyline/direction.
A very interesting approach to horror but a tedious one with that mise en scene that seems like theater. But the whole situation was unbelievable. The best was the ending.
Not an exciting film, but it does have a very strange wistful atmosphere that's maintained throughout, which I like a lot.
this girl is a badass ruthless killer