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I May Destroy You
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I liked it. The movie is low budget. Not every movie needs to be fast paced and have lots of action. There are lots of poignant scenes.
This movie is about humanity. Maybe related to the current epidemic. And whether isolation is worth the price paid to stay safe. I actually enjoyed the slow pacing and the relevant flashbacks.
Paint by numbers crime drama, with revenge served up. The acting and production are good. But it is too predictable, and very much mired in 1990's movie making. By 2020, the movie is almost like a Lifetime Movie of the Week because there are really just too many cliches here. But no spoilers. You might like it more than I did.
This is a good documentary, not great, but good. The first 35 minutes are very unfocused...spending too much time on backdrop and clips of gymnastics.
This documentary shows the horrible handling of the horrible deeds by Steve Penny, Larry Nassar, and US Gymnastics. They need to prosecute the underlings who supported that organization. They need to take the big $$$ out of US Gymnastics and turn it back into a fun experience for kids.
The documentary is good, but mostly the last 20 minutes. It is good to see the Indiana newspaper who investigated and pushed for all this content to be opened up. Those journalists deserve awards.
Not sure where all the dislikes came from. This is a smoldering thriller, that is slow paced but well developed. The acting is good. And the plot is setup to do a few significant reveals at just the right times. With a lesser set of actors, this plot may have fizzled. However, with the seasoned and engaged actors that were part of this movie - bravo. I really liked it. Highly engaging and intriguing.
I liked the movie. The wartime scenes and production seemed realistic. The plot was silly - sending only 2 men on a critical mission. The acting was good, and so was the character development. I think the main message was how horrible wars are, and how futile it is to fight. There were a couple of scenes highlighting that, mostly near the end. If you like war movies, this was a pretty good one.