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A ridiculous reliance on jump scares really destroys what should have been the most claustrophobic, intense Into the Dark so far.
Pure is well-acted, with some moments of mordant wit. But it proceeds almost exactly as expected, which has been a recurring stumbling block for this series.
A powerful reassurance told through an exhaustingly dull and unsuccessfully teeny-bopper lens.
"Pure" ends the anthology series on a beautiful and terrifying note, shining a light on an issue that goes beyond faith, control, or systemic sexism.
I'm not sure Pure truly fulfills its potential. But it has enough rousing, potent feminism to make it worth a watch.
Overall, I really enjoyed PURE for the lessons that the film carried while also hitting me in the gut on a personal level.
Pure rips through antiquated logic with obvious gleeful hostility and delivers a fun, sharp film.