He was fine in Dunkirk. I think the bigger problem is being directed by somebody who was fangirling/falling in love with him and probably didn't feel like being even remotely critical or giving notes. Ms Olivia had the horny blinkers on.That viral clip of Harry screaming and thinking it was acting in don’t worry darling is so so so bad. Whoever told him he could act lied to him several times!!
It was a fun romp of a film and Saoirse was amazing as always. It was great to see her do more comedy.I watched See How They Run last night and the whole ensemble cast is great (I don't like Sam Rockwell though, but even he was fine enough) and the film is really fun too, but Saoirse is on another level. There's just nothing she can't do, her comedic timing is spot on and I feel like I could watch her in absolutely anything.
Ah, the Elizabeth Banks route.Olivia Wilde on Colbert last night.... Listen, there is some validity to her arguments, but basically her defense is "any criticism lobbied at me or this movie is sexism" and that... doesn't hold up. But Colbert helped her push that narrative and thats that. There is criticism that is lobbied at her that is sexist. But not every issue facing this movie can be tossed away with that excuse.
I haven’t seen the film, but if the twist is the same as the screenplay I read a couple years ago when it was on The Blacklist:What’s the twist? I have no intention of watching it, and not because of Harold or the drama nn.
I haven’t seen the film, but if the twist is the same as the screenplay I read a couple years ago when it was on The Blacklist:
Essentially, Florence’s character is trapped in a simulation. The film is actually set in 2050. What happens is that men fake their wives deaths and then plug them into a machine that puts them into a simulation of their choice.
I think the film will have the same twist considering Olivia, whenever asked what the inspiration for the film is, she always brings up The Matrix and The Truman Show.