Poor Things

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Neige
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Poor Things

Postby Neige » 23 Mar 2024, 00:01

I watched it on the big screen and was quite impressed.

Emma Stone had the role of her lifetime, the other actors were great and what the Oscars call "production design" was absoluteky gorgeous.

Really ddn't expect to see it appear on Disney+ so quick!!
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Re: Poor Things

Postby mudshark » 23 Mar 2024, 07:35

We went to see it in the cinema because my wife has a disturbing crush on Mark Ruffalo. The movie was pretty enough but the story was terrible and the acting worse. My wife has texted Mark that she's through with him. I hope he's OK.
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Re: Poor Things

Postby robertff » 23 Mar 2024, 12:13

Interesting, two conflicting viewpoints.

Might try and watch it tonight.


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Re: Poor Things

Postby robertff » 26 Mar 2024, 19:32

Watched it on Saturday, thought it was pretty good and an interesting take on the Frankenstein story, despite varying reviews (not just here). I enjoyed the quirkiness of it.


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