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I May Destroy You
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The dramatic aspects of the story have not aged very well. However, the stellar ensemble cast turns in some outstanding performances.
Disappointing. Very little screen tine for Astaire and Rogers dancing. Instead, since the insipid story revolves around a dress shop, there are many scenes of models parading around in dresses.
I was 50/50 on whether to recommend this movie, ultimately deciding against it. It's not a bad movie, but movies about con men always have a twist and this one just wasn't "twisty" enough.
Even the talent and beauty of Gong Li can't salvage this boring melodrama.
Fair to middling melodrama. The most interesting thing is the subject matter. Not many movies from the '30s deal with adultery, and since The Divorcee is Pre-Code it talks about adultery pretty extensively, albeit somewhat obliquely.