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I May Destroy You
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I guess I was expecting something original but it was just so samey and predictable. A friend asked me if it was worth watching and I said I watched it in 3 installments which pretty much answered his question. That said, I did make it to the end and I guess during these times of lockdown it is something to watch to pass some time.
Have just called it a day about an hour into this movie. There is something about a supposedly dead psychotic scientist who happens to be invisible, stalking and terrorizing his wife that had left him which I find distasteful and of no watchable value to me. When I am bored I might watch the second half of the film when I have exhausted other entertainment.
A grim but very thought provoking little film about selfishness greed and desperation against hope sharing and selflessness.
Reminds me of Erin Brockovich made some 20 years ago. Good acting and very watchable. Just hi-lights what most of us already know - where billions of £'s are at stake then large companies place profits before people.
I personally found it a little bit heavy going and over rated. A story about a low class and struggling family of con artists who manage to infiltrate a well to do family by creating scenarios to have employees sacked in order that their family members become employed. It somewhat frustrated me that the employers were so easily taken in. There was a unusual twist at least halfway through the film which made it slightly more interesting. Anyhow judge for yourselves but for me it is a generous 3 1/2 stars.