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I May Destroy You
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The first scene was the highlight of the movie for me.
Left me with more questions than I started with
None of this movie makes sense, and it's by far one of the worst acted and worst scripted I've seen in a long time.
Kilmer saved this movie.
This movie had a lot of potential but in the end it wastes much of it. It has a few scares which are good (1 is great) and Val Kilmer does a fabulous job... but in the end it leaves you wanting so much more. The ending is meh; for horror vets the more the story goes along the more you know where it's heading; aside from Kilmer many of the other actors fall flat instead of owning their characters; etc. But fans of single location movies will get a kick out of the cinematography and setting. But in the end it's still very watchable and it's not one that you'll likely turn off 1/2 way through. And there are more than a few scenes where the suspense/tension gets dialled up. Hence it still gets 3.25*.
It's nice to see Val Kilmer back in this thriller that keeps you guessing. Entertaining enough with a okay twist ending you may or may not see coming.
It had a promising premise, but a terrible ending ruined the movie.
Strange but unique movie with an unexpected ending.
Fun and interesting enough to keep you going.
This movie was very poorly thrown together and the ending was incredibly dull and unrealistic.