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I May Destroy You
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Saw this with wife and child who had never seen it. This is my favorite Shyamalan film - a truly unique take on super heroes. Moody, creepy, rich with atmosphere and complexity. Some people aren't impressed with the ending - I loved it!
My wife, son and I may have been the last in the country to see this. Nevertheless, I thought it was excellent and fitting finish to a very good movie series.
Uneven, but not bad. Has it's charms and some pretty good laughs here and there. Surprisingly serious moments too. Sort of It's-A-Wonderful-Life lite. 2 1/2 stars out of 5.
A technically well-made B movie. The look and actions of the apes are impressive. But I had a hard time getting past all the holes in the script - I won't list them here, so as not to spoil this for anyone who hasn't see in - but, believe me, there are many. Entertaining to a point, but it could have been so much better. Actually, I think there's a chance for a strong sequel, but, if they do it, hopefully they will put a lot more thought into the script.
3 stars out of 5.
Not quite as good as the first film but close (which is interesting in that I enjoyed the 2nd book in the series the best). Works well by itself if you haven't read the book. And it works very well that the two leads don't even come together till late in the film.
Saw this last year soon after I had finished the book. Decided to read the other two books, then wait a while to watch the movies. Finished the books last summer, so started by seeing this again. The beginning feels a little rushed but, otherwise, is entertaining, with great performances by the two leads. Like Ebert said, a film where adults act like adults.
Not very intriguing or compelling, or even scary. Yawn.
An intelligent film, up to a point. Then it begins to stretch believability (like how did they keep it hidden in the lab for so long without anyone knowing. The Frankenstein story for today. The scene where things go awry with their other two creations in the auditorium is way over the top. Other parts of the film are subtle and nicely done. Delphine Cheneac as older Dren is especially good. The film goes to some dark places, that I liked. Don't want to give them away here for those who haven't seen it.