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I May Destroy You
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Set in Jerusalem, which is the best part. Some of the acting is marginal and the central story is pedestrian and clichéd. The most interesting parts are what we get the least of.
23 minutes in without a single laugh. I've had enough. Dismal shit.
It's not good. REALLY not good. But you knew that. Juvenile, like most of the Happy Madison stuff, but lacks the freshness and charm of the best of those. The bigger lessons aren't subtle here. They're spelled out and repeated word for word so you don't miss them. It feels like INSPECTOR GADGET meets FORREST GUMP, but with a lisping under bite. And an impossible B-story romance. The hottest chick around falls for the weird, ugly, stupid geek protagonist. It sucks. A surprisingly good cast is wasted on an uninspired, amateur script.
Is it the worst film you'll ever see? No, but if you're stupid enough to watch it after reading this, it might just be a match made in heaven.
Two stars for a decent opening and the desperate-to-work-on-anything Covid cast. Just remember, there won't be a laugh through the whole debacle. Not suitable for kids, the likely target audience. Another feather in its dunce cap.