I Care a Lot

I Care a Lot

Sounds good, doesn't work quite right. A tonal mess, a main character without motivation ("I don't lose" doesn't go in 2021), an protagonist turned antagonist, a second side of a coin that's involved in human trafficking. They both are of course, but it's this glimpse of an dark underbelly that would have fitted the story dynamics this tries to pull. This is like "Gone in 60 seconds" but they chase people. "Oceans -", no, more "No Pain, No Gain". All better films, all funnier films, all more emotionaly fulfilling. Go watch "Unsane" for a similar plot. There's no cinematography to look forward to, nothing. With all this, I don't wonder how J Blakeson waved this performance from Peter Dinklage off. WE ALL KNOW he can act better than this. Rosemund Pike does a good job, so does Dianne Wiest and Chris Messina. This is like a joke those gangsters in Martin Scorsese's movies tell each other. Fuck this.

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