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I May Destroy You
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Pleasing film, it is a glimpse of medieval England, bloody battles and a fervent epicness. We add Timothèe Chalamet and here is the recipe for success. The only note is that french Robert Pattinson is a bit cringe.
An hour and a half of predictable and rather dull sequences. The protagonist is weak and barely deserves a happy ending, but everything is taken for granted. I can only save Chuy and the best friend Blake, comedians in a see of easy foreseeable events. Recommended to a palpitant teenaged audience.
It's an absolute cult both representation of Leonardo DiCaprio's lunch pad as a complete and consolidated top level actor and perfect picture of the sacral acting magnificence of Daniel Day-Lewis in the role of "Bill the Butcher". Not to forget also the enchanting and fleeting presence of a beautiful Cameron Diaz to complete the outline. A film that requires periodical rewatches.
Joaquin Phoenix is simply magistral in his role, revolutionary and creepy, a perfect dichotomy between the chaos employee and the proletariat's hero. Todd Phillips literally make you dive in the inhuman conditions which a disturbed mind as the Joker's one has to suffer. Brilliant!