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I May Destroy You
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Nothing I can really take out of this to the real world except not to stare at people that look different from the norm, it makes them feel like shit.
Gibson's directorial debut is both touching and sad. It rises above being a melodrama with 2 great performances in the central roles. A film that will pleasantly surprise viewers.
Nice directorial debut by Mel Gibson, very humane work. Nick Stahl is brilliant as the young boy longing for a father. Mel Gibson's McLeod is a disillusioned seclusive teacher with a great magnanimous heart. The film depicts true friendship between a man and a boy who help each other in their plight. A kind film.
Pretty good movie. As a whole, the story feels pretty generic and formulaic, but thanks to some heartwarming moments and great performances from is cast, especially Stahl's debut performance and Gibson (in his directorial debut), it redeems itself.
People want their truth...
One of Mel Gibson's best.
Movie about a man with a disfigured face who befriends a boy and then tutors him. Mel Gibson sucks. I hated this movie. One of the worst I've seen.
Well done well acted story about friendship and seeing what you want to see.
One of Mel Gibson's best films ever
An interesting movie about friendship.