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Thread: Don't Worry Darling (Wilde, 2022)

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    Woof, this totally fell apart in the last act. A shame, because it was a little intriguing before that.

    I actually wish the movie centered on Wilde’s character and backstory instead. That reveal was a lot more interesting than Pugh’s role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madealah View Post
    Right? I had a blast watching this... in all the wrong ways. It always surprises me when I read people take Pugh so seriously. She's high octane camp every time!
    She really put everything she had into windexing those glass doors. I'm assuming that's one of the scenes she directed herself.

    I didn't think she was bad though; she and Pine are obviously much better actors than the garbage script they were given. I was hoping Nick Kroll would get a couple more scenes though, as he was on the verge of being Razzie-worthy. I was dying when Pugh ran over him with the car, especially when it became very clearly obvious that a stuntman was doing all of the work. Iconic.

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