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I May Destroy You
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This is an excellent movie. And the story is actually plausible. Invisibility is theoretically possible. It's accomplished by "bending light". The russians have been experimenting with this for years I have read.
I saw this movie at the drive in when I was 18. It scared the sh*t out of me and my girlfriend.
One of the worst movies ever made but for some reason I still watch it. I don't know why.
Having experienced real road rage I have zero interest in seeing this flick. It's not a fit subject for entertainment.
The only movie I've ever seen with convincing martial arts scenes.
The Revenant is , like Apocalypto, one of those movies that gets better every time you watch it.
This movie gets better everytime I watch it. The first time one is overwhelmed by the brutality. But after that it it gets pretty good.
This is a profoundly good movie.
I love this movie. It uses comic-book action to tell a real story. A fatalistic story. And a scary story.
Tom Hanks, yet again, being a hero.
I love this movie. A little more beach boy music would have been good. This movie made me dig out my beach boy CD's and spend a few hours listening. Their music ages well. Much better than most rock. Most "classic rock" is pretty much unlistenable.
I love this movie. And I'm an anti-catholic.
I was 16 when my parents went to this movie in the theater. I'll never forget my mother's reaction to it. When they got home they were arguing with each other (a common occurence in our house). She was offended and disgusted by the Ann Bancroft character's unapologetic sexuality. She always had a problem with sex and Mrs. Robinson forced her to confront her own sexual inadequacy. She was a product of the peculiar and hypocritical (and catholic) 1950's "moral" value system in which "good" women thought sex was dirty and only a certain "kind" of woman enjoyed it. This cultural indoctrination, I believe, destroyed her life. I saw "The Graduate" much later and immediately understood why my mother hated it. I loved it.
Catherine Zeta Jones alone is worth the price of admission here. Her performance is so good that when she was onscreen I pretty much forgot about the rest of the movie and just stared ,slack jawed, at her physical beauty and athletic prowess.
This is a movie I was expecting to be silly and stupid but it turned out to be pretty good. Partly because Charlize Theron is such eye candy but also because the plot and action are pretty lean and mean. Theron's fight scenes do require the suspension of disbelief but if you can manage this the movie is otherwise quite entertaining.
Stupid movie based on an even stupider idea; the "anti-christ".
One of the ugliest most depressing movies ever
most likely the worst movie ever made
The most important thing to understand about this movie is that if the kid had been a Muslim child he would have gone to heaven and seen Allah. His hallucination was a subconscious product of his religious upbringing induced by trauma.