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I May Destroy You
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A disappointing sequel to Jurassic World. The dinosaurs and the action scenes are still great. Pratt and Howard are charming in the leads. The story feels a bit pedestrian and the main villain is boring -- he's like an accountant. It feels like they were just trotting out the dinos and special effects to make a lot of money and didn't care much about making a decent movie. There is some hope though. They did set up the next sequel very well. But, I'm not sure if that movie would be disappointing. I wouldn't rush to see the next one right away. I would wait to hear about some audience reaction first.
An excellent movie. At first, the movie seems like a straight ahead film noir. It's not hard to tell who the killer is but the motive remains uncertain. Eventually, it is discovered that a hate crime is involved. I like how the movie subverted my expectations like all good film noir should. Robert Ryan is truly creepy in this and embodied his violent character fully. Robert Young's performance was subtle but strong where it needed to be. This is one of the best movies of the 1940s and does a better job at dealing with anti-Semitism than more well known films like Gentleman's Agreement.
Really dull movie. Very disappointed. With charismatic stars like Cooper and Goddard, I as expecting a much better movie. The film was largely poorly acted, and the script was even worse. While the landscape was beautiful, the camerawork was unimaginative and dull. The Indians were just terrible, not even portrayed like real people. I'm surprised this movie was rated so highly. This is probably the worst movie of 1947 I've seen.