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Review: I Care a Lot

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Overview

A court-appointed legal guardian defrauds her older clients and traps them under her care. But her latest mark comes with some unexpected baggage.

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Director J Blakeson
Writer J Blakeson
Release Date 19 February 2021

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Chris Sully

Chris Sully

3/5
2/5
Chris Sully

Chris Sully

3/5

Chris: “Interesting, unique topic. Original story which is rare in Hollywood. If they’d had the same cast with a different director, it would have been better. Rosamund’s character was developing as the anti-hero I love to hate, but halfway through everything changed, and not for the better.”

2/5

Chris: “Interesting, unique topic. Original story which is rare in Hollywood. If they’d had the same cast with a different director, it would have been better. Rosamund’s character was developing as the anti-hero I love to hate, but halfway through everything changed, and not for the better.”

Matt: “This was obviously intended to be a dark comedy, but wasn’t directed as one. The tone was all wrong, so we couldn’t experience the comedy properly or love to hate the devilish protagonist in Rosamund. While the premise was good, the script was so-so. Ultimately, the direction was the key failure.”

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A dark comedy that delivers on the comedy, and uses John Cusack’s built-in charm to create an anti-hero you can root for.

Grosse Pointe Blank

George Armitage19971 h 47 min

19971 h 47 min
Overview

Martin Blank is a freelance hitman who starts to develop a conscience, which causes him to botch a couple of routine assignments. On the advice of his secretary and his psychiatrist, he decides to attend his 10 year high school reunion in Grosse Pointe, Michigan.

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Director George Armitage
Writer
Release Date 11 April 1997

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