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I May Destroy You
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This movie is about the human will to survive, and the memories and feelings that can sustain someone through the most horrific circumstances. I was worried it would be depressing to watch, but actually found it inspiring, much like 127 Hours. It also has some interesting surprises and twists.
This movie has a lot to say about politics, sexism, and propaganda. Sure, some of it is silly, but it's more than made up for by the incredibly bold moments that are just sublime. Sacha Baron Cohen has certainly met his match in the young actress who plays his daughter, who proves herself to be just as unflinching in unnerving situations as he is.
Finally, it is very, very timely film, so if you plan to see it, better now than later.
It's like a modern Agatha Christie story with great actors. Entertaining, but wouldn't rate it as high as the critics have.
Everyone needs to watch this. From the 2016 U.S. election to Brexit and more, this documentary is an essential look at how data is being privatized and weaponized.
The disappeared young woman is a familiar story, but this movie tells it from a different POV, that of the mother, and how the event shapes her life. Sienna Miller is excellent.
I watched this movie as a kid and got a trick bike because of it. It's a fun, brainless, feel-good movie with awesome bikers. Ignore the hater critics.