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I May Destroy You
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Story/Screenplay: (4.5/5) A really interesting and original story that engaged quickly. Nice subtle use of lighthearted comedy that blended well with the alternate history storyline. Entertaining.
Duration/Tempo: (3.5/5) At 1 hour and 56 minutes, it's a longer than average movie that felt about average. Nice pacing.
Cast & Crew: (4/5) Lily James was outstanding. Playing the lead character, Himesh Patel needed to excel for the film to do the same, and he didn't disappoint. Joel Fry delivered a surprisingly fun and memorable performance.
Summary: (3.5/5) The cast was very good, the story was excellent, and the film moved along nicely. A thumbs up.
Story/Screenplay: (3/5) A fun mix of fantasy with a bit of comedy thrown in. Engaging. The film got cheesier as it progressed, and the abrupt rise of the apprentice towards the end seemed implausible. Not a bad story, but a tad flawed.
Duration/Tempo: (3.5/5) At 1 hour and 49 minutes, it's an average length movie that felt shorter. Decent fantasy action scenes kept things moving along nicely.
Cast & Crew: (3.5/5) Nice performances from Nicolas Cage, Jay Baruchel, Alfred Molina, and Teresa Palmer.
Summary: (3.5/5) The story was almost good, the cast was good, and the film didn't feel long. A thumbs up.
Story/Screenplay: (1/5) A slick, political hit job that still resonates with some U.S. citizenry 15 years after its release. This documentary could have been more engaging, but it was just too one-sided to be taken seriously.
Duration/Tempo: (4/5) At 2 hours and 2 minutes, it's a long movie that felt shorter than average. Nicely directed and edited.
Cast & Crew: (3/5) Michael Moore has a likable demeanor, but scratch the surface and you've got a dog you don't want to mess with. His bark and his bite are fearsome to behold, especially when you get him behind a camera.
Summary: (2.5/5) The film felt much shorter than it was, but the story was heavily biased and the cast was not good enough to be good. Overall, a thumbs down.
Story/Screenplay: (2.5/5) Not much new here. Without the jump scares and the vengeful spirit, the story runs thin. The nun was creepy, but there wasn't any explanation as to why a creepy nun should be in the story. Seemed like a big plot hole.
Duration/Tempo: (3/5) At 2 hours and 14 minutes, it's a very long movie that felt average in length. The actual length was too long and could have used some trimming to sharpen the story a bit.
Cast & Crew: (3.5/5) Vera Farmiga was very good. The rest of the cast was solid.
Summary: (3/5) The cast was good, but the story was mediocre and the film was too long. A thumbs down.
Story/Screenplay: (3.5/5) Not a particularly strong sequel. Its purpose seems to be more as a setup for the next film rather than a stand-alone product. Still, the story was engaging and maintained interest throughout.
Duration/Tempo: (3/5) At 2 hours and 14 minutes, it's a very long movie that felt about average in length. Excellent visual effects and action scenes. However, it suffered from too much content that could have been trimmed to reduce the length of the film.
Cast & Crew: (3.5/5) Johnny Depp, Eddie Redmayne, and Jude Law were excellent.
Summary: (3.5/5) While the film felt too long, the story and cast were both good. Overall, a thumbs up.