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I May Destroy You
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Well made and well acted. It's about love, baggage, commitment and going out to do what you love. It has some pretty important messages for people in their 20's and their life goals. It might not be the most memorable or quotable film of George, but still check it out. Preferably on a plane.
PS: To those of you who have this guys job, screw u.
It's good but not particularly entertaining. Unless you are really into Wall Street stuff you're not going to understand what the characters are talking about. The acting is good and it does show what the Firm had to do. The ship was sinking and the only way to survive was to take the only life raft.
Check out the Big Short.
It's a sweet film about mental health and coping mechanisms. While not a traditional narrative, and there's really nothing at stake, it's a character piece.
Does a lot of the same things as Don't Breathe but not as effective. The first half has some good but obvious sexual tension build up but it leads nowhere. Then right at the end there's a big reveal which would have been more interesting if they went that route. The lead actor is fine. I don't recognize him and he plays the part with believably. There's a shoved in message about the treatment of veterans but it doesn't really apply to Nick Cage's character.
I think I like this more than the Hunger Games. It's on the long side but the pacing and world building are excellent. I would have liked to know more about the history of the world, but as it is I really enjoyed it.