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Must see feminist film of the year. Anyone seen it? I don't want to give anything away..!
I liked concept and Set Design
However the execution was confused in my opinion. It meandered too long in the stages that the protagonist felt that something was wrong but did Not really put in the clues or breadcrumbs for her and the Viewer to follow.
The Twist was as confused it left too many plot Threads hanging. Interesting concepts like free will (one of the Characters knows its all a lie) are brushed at best.
Cannot recommend, no rewatch.
Agreed. I think it could have been better executed, but I think the concept was really interesting.
I agree. Watched it only because I love mid century design and it would be a visual feast. That's unfortunately about all it was. Felt like nothing was explained or fleshed out. Ended abruptly
my nick is dedicated to this movie!
Is it horror or just suspense? I got strong “Get Out” vibes from the trailer and honestly got squicked out. Haven’t seen it. And for the record I hate horror.
It is not horror. The only way it could be interpreted as horror is if you find incels to be horrifying. Which they are. So I guess it is.
Its more of a psychological thriller mixed with a mystery. It has some ‘Get Out’ vibes because there’s a general feeling of unease and that something is amiss.
I really liked the movie until the twist ending, which was on of the worst endings Ive seen in a long time. I thought all the actors did a good job and the movie has a very strong look, but yeesh, the script needed a rework badly.
Aw, the twist was my favorite part. Florence Pugh was really good. I can see how Shia LeBouf was originally cast as Jack 😂
Hard to discuss without spoilers, I just felt the nature of the twist added a lot of logistical holes that shattered the experience. I felt like they could have had a similar twist without the technological element, and all the problems would have been eliminated. But perhaps that wouldnt have felt as contemporaey.