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I May Destroy You
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Excellent acting, anchored by Olivia Cooke, who steals every scene--even though her character is essentially unlovable. Struggling to find her place in a class-conscious world that values a fortunate birth over talent and ingenuity, Becky would be recognized today as a charming psychopath. She's manipulative, has no real emotional attachments, and only values people for what they can do for her.
Absolutely disgusting. Why they gotta do my mans like that? 🤢
Moved me to tears, the realistic portrayal, character development, acting, every scene and/or supporting actor seemed essential. The plot towards the end, when the Major discovers Becky's infidelity was the only weak point where it felt a tad forced. Other than that, what a heartbreaking and perfect rendition of intertwined lives. Fantastic. Music score one of the best in years; my only contention is the original Love Will Tear Us Apart by Joy Division should have been used.
Olivia literally brings this show to life. I cannot imagine how this story would be any better without her spice.
Absolutely brilliant. Thought we had seen the last of these marvelous period pieces. Thank goodness I was wrong. Enjoy!
interesting, scheming, nasty, oh wait, vanity Unfair...worth watching on rainy winter days
Loved it. Casting was great and I loved the adaption.
Love this series. Very enjoyable entertainment.
I love it! Genuinely cant get enough of it !