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I May Destroy You
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Macy and Ryan were great. The script could have been a little tighter, but good overall. I find it funny that some are calling the story unbelievable at times. Good lord, it's a movie. Half the movies in Hollywood have unbelieveable scripts. It's called fiction,, entertainment. You loved Indiana Jones and that's ten times more unbelievabke than this movie. Anyway, solid film but not a classic
I'm just going to give two stars for the two great actors. Other than that there's nothing going on here. I'm curious as to why these stalker movies continue to be made. There must be a large audience that likes their fear via rape and death, which you get here. Also, I'd like to know how these middle age psychos go so long without killing? Most of the movie wasn't bad albeit cliche, but the ending had me cracking up. The ol' kill 'em, kill 'em, kill 'em he's still not dead ending was so cliche. There's nothing new or interesting here, but it does make me realize that even the best actors will take work just to stay employed.
A rancher movie based in the 40s when that livelihood was being limited by land barons attempting to cash in on big oil. Well acted but a rather bland and lifeless script, lots of solumn stares and mumbled words. It's the typical ruthless rich guy doing anything to earn more money fighting some land loving traditionalists who you've just got to root for, right? Of course the bad guy gets it in the end. Personally, i'm waiting for that movie where the pragmatists says, ya know, my dad struggled all his life busting his ass and now me. I'm hitting middle age, screw this. You can have the damn land, give me my retirement dream money. Funny that many in Hollywood are nothing near ethical but all their movies end on an ethical up note. Maybe it's time to turn that bs around too.
Gee, we haven't seen this movie a dozen times or more already. A guy who marries a woman for citizenship only (reason doesn't matter), they don't nor do they care for each othwr but by the end they fall in love, then crisis, problem, crisis, resolution, happy ending. Maybe you're hoping for some good comical moments or jokes, but even those are scarces, like an original script. If you're doing something else and need something on in the background that doesn't require your full attention, then this is the movie for you
Not a terrible movie, but innecessary. Lends nothing new to the frumpy old Eng teacher who goes bad, but we all learn something in the end. A real snooze fest