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I May Destroy You
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Impactful, haunting and satisfying. It mixes fantasy and reality to do an accurate depiction of depression, isolation, and the colateral damage of fame.
It has impressive production design and stop motion animation for its time, and it has plenty of nostalgic value.
It tries to bring a modern style to a classic folktale, and it succeeded in some aspects but it failed in others. Guy Ritchie's trademark stylish direction helps add a new dimension to the Arthurian mythology, but the convoluted story and overreliance on cgi drags it down a bit. It ultimately becomes either a guilty pleasure or a shameful attempt to kick-start a franchise.
A high octane crime caper in the same vein of Ocean's eleven, that's expertly crafted and very entertaining to watch.
It tries to be faithful to the original manga, but maybe too much. Its cartoonish and exaggerated visuals, overreliance on cgi, and lack of a cohesive narrative make it the perfect definition of style over substance. However, it ends up as a guilty pleasure that will definitely become a cult favorite over time.