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I May Destroy You
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Fun movie with decent action. Special effects a little dated, but still enjoyable.
Another movie reboot, but not sure this was a step forward- it seemed the tone was oddly not action-packed, nor dark and intriguing... instead, it was a little campy/comic-like. Some okay special effects and a little mystical ending that could have been with a better movie. Story a little disjointed, and pace also strange.
With the lead actress, decent action scenes and a time of women-focused cinema, the movie should have been good... but seemed to be a strange tone to the film. I am not a huge fan of the pulsing score driving a whole movie, but this one had very subtle score and felt like it was asking the audience to reflect and think, but there was nothing deep happening. Just a typical revenge film like Taken with a female lead, and awkward score.
If you can get by the distraction of the CGI dogs, it was a good movie. I had little expectation going into it, aside from knowing I read book (as did everyone else) in elementary school. Nicely produced movie, with narration from Ford holding it nicely together.
Not a huge Hart fan, but the chemistry between he and the Rock works in this movie. Light-hearted, good pace.