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I May Destroy You
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I loved the movie. At first airing, I kept asking...how are these kids so good at being kids, consumately innocent and open? Like listening, the fake shows and its dismal. I thought Guy Pearce was good at it. Scoot McNairy in the bar scene, Killing them Softly, was masterly. The glass was full, so to speak, and not a drop was spilled. The smile? So, tricky, tentative, teetering. Jude Law delivered a smile that seemed impossible for me in The New Pope. Sincerely utterly, humble, shy, modest. And, with a face like that? Absurd, but, he did it, aces. Which elements take preeminence? Casting an unsung hero. Thelma and Louise, right? Then, there's that elevated, magical performance delivered by the actor's natural ability, but sometimes the director is to thank, clearly. Cinematography cannot be sacrificed, Editing, like cutting a diamond. All the effort has been put in, this is the final stroke. All or nothing. In summary, I loved the movie. It was well done. And I had a great time, laughed and laughed and laughed. These kids were great!!!
This film lacked any imagination or ingenuity; relied entirely on pre-conceived ideas,stereotypical notions, a generous budget. and pretty people. That's entertainment?
It was high tea every time I watched in these dames. They were incredibly witty, humble, humorous, interesting ,unique, and without ego. They were like just us. If we 're that witty, humble, etc... of course. I'd take tea anytime with these great Dames.
The look was spar and stylish. Tilda looked gorgeous and feminine. Edward and Gaveston looked so alike that until they spoke, I wasn't sure who was who. Deliberate? A reference to narcissism or self-absorption.