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I May Destroy You
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The script doesn't quite live up to Denzel's committed, Knockout performance. It's a really interesting character, going through an intriguing set of events. But the story kind of putters out by the final third of the film. If it was tightened up a bit, it could've been a truly great film.
Bates gives a knockout performance, and proves that she should be in more Stephen King adaptations. For a thriller, there's isn't as much tension as you usually expect, but this is worth seeing for performances and how the story plays out.
Pretty good bad-seed thriller. Culkin does a good job being such an evil little sh!t.
That was soo corny and ridiculous, it was hard to even have fun with it, especially that cringeworthy ending. There are a couple laughs sprinkled throughout, but not enough to justify this lazy rehash.
Wonderfully realistic portrait of an impoverished life, seen through the eyes of a little girl. Quite a moving film.