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I May Destroy You
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Good story telling with very good acting.
VERY CHEEZY and a big snooze. ALtho Scarlett J. was not as sexualized as she usually is (relief) she still is lesser character with Adam Driver being the lead role on more than a few levels. Meaning, yes, its still sexist, and annoyingly so. Sentimental, cheezy and way too long.
Superb acting by Adam Driver. Very human story. Avoided cliche ending.
Incredible acting, searingly honest, painful, sad, intensely real.
Performances of the 2 leads
The acting was terrific and it felt very real.
Moving, painful, sometimes humorous. No simple answers in a divorce situation. . Outstanding performances by all, excellent writing.
Should have been named Divorce Story
Adam Drivers performance is stunningly brilliant and the ensemble is one for the ages. Three cheers for Noah Baumbach and Randy Newman too. This one should get loads of well-deserved Oscar nominations.
Well acted and well cast but long repetitive monotonous movie! The scenes were very repetitive- after the first or second argument - we, as viewers, got the message - we didnt need 10 scenes with the same visual! I dont recommend this at all!