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Excellent performances propel "More, or Less" as Feud dives deeper into the systemic horrors imposed upon its heroines.
Brief glimpses of hope were systematically extinguished over and over again. It was unpleasant to watch. Lange, Sarandon, and Molina are all still excellent, however. The feud must go on.
We can make critiques about the slight loss of focus this episode, but when we get killer scenes like Stanley Tucci as Jack Warner going toe-to-toe with Jessica Lange as a drunken, bitter Joan Crawford ... well. It's time to shut up...
Feud continues Murphy's pursuit to push the envelope and to use the past to inform our troubled present. It's never perfect, but it's powerful in key moments, like this newest episode.
The stars of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? braced for failure. But, as you well know, the movie was anything but a flop.
Guess the tension between those two old broads don't seem so bad now, huh?
In the first five minutes of any Feud episode, our leading ladies tend to get at least one harsh reminder that in the Hunger Games of Hollywood, they're not just human chum, they're fossils: old, irrelevant, tragically dusty.
The situation leads to despair in Joan, despondency for Bob, and a new determination in Bette. And as we'll see, they all pivoted that Baby Jane momentum into various degrees of success. I'm just glad we're only halfway through this marvelous series.
Ladies and gentlemen, please meet your new feminist icon: Mamacita. Bow down at this queen's feet.
Molina has been doing wonderful work in the series, and this week he has one of his best moments.
I'm personally grateful that Feud avoids or transcends camp at least most/some of the time.