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I May Destroy You
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It's pretty good, albeit a little disjointed.
One extremely satisfying, and quintessentially Tarantinoesque, comes right at the end of the film - you won't be disappointed.
The rest of the movie is just a story, a character study, an exploration of post-stardom, and a very engaging and well-told story it is.
In short, it's not a clever film, the entangling of the main plot-lines lacks any nuance and is weirdly linear, might I say, unrelated (apart from geographically). But it's an entertaining journey and Brad and Leo do an excellent job (especially Brad as the tough-as-nails stunt-man).
A good way to spend a few hours with cool people.
My 13 and 15 year olds loved this movie.
I thought it was pretty good although not quite as good as Welcome to the Jungle.
Definitely worth watching on a big screen but it could have done with a few more action sequences.
Great film - a lot to think about.
Really enjoyable. Great performances all round; especially Maisie Williams as Billy Batson.