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I May Destroy You
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Starts out quite good, then slows down, then Lee Daniels compensates the dragging plot half way through with brutally violent and sexual scenes where Nicole Kidman and Jon Cusack bring their best, but it's still not enough - the movie fails to deliver and the ending leaves you with a bitter taste in your mouth and lots of questions.
The oh-so-wonderful Meryl Streep brings an excellent performace in an oh-so-weak movie. Extremely boring and dragging. What a shame.
Better than the ones with a similar subject, still, very slow. Though it embraces family responsibility and the problems around it well. No popcorn movie. Not sure why the Globe went to Clooney. He is just OK.