Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Delightfully dark and disturbing, yet hilariously funny film about the nonsense that is self-help literature and the repression of negative emotions. Side-splittingly funny in a very sinister way, full of "Oh no, they didn't!" moments and fueled with acute and thought-provoking moments. Quite the gem.
In a world of all that cheesy self-help nonsense, it's so refreshing to see a film that says "It's OK to be pissed off and to wallow in self pity". The film shows a group of disabled people coming together to learn to live and accept their problems. This doesn't quite fly with one of the members of the group and soon the film descends into the world of dark comedy. It's very funny and very human. The film never asks for sympathy of anyone and it shows how a bit of anger can be very therapeutic. Excellent performances and a short script make this a film that gets it's point across without becoming a sermon.
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