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Plot: Alice and Jack are lucky to be living in the idealized community of Victory, the experimental company town housing the men who work for the top-secret Victory Project and their families. But when cracks in their idyllic life begin to appear, exposing flashes of something much more sinister lurking beneath the attractive façade, Alice can’t help questioning exactly what they’re doing in Victory, and why.
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**Don’t Worry Darling has a lot going for it, but its script keeps it from being more than a pretty coat of paint on a mediocre story told several times before.**
Don’t Worry Darling is a new take on The Stepford Wives. Same basic story with some fantastic cinematography, great costuming, beautiful visuals, and committed, top-notch performances from the cast. But all that is lost in a script that gets stuck on coming up with as many ways as possible to show its characters’ slipping sanity rather than telling a complete story. The plot twists were pretty easy to guess, and the finale ended abruptly without providing any conclusion or resolution for the character. With all the bright spots this film had to offer, the sloppy story squandered all its high points leaving me let down and a little bored even with an exciting climax. With that said, I’m still trying to figure out what could have been done to make this story more compelling. The Stepford Wives concept has been done several times before and seems always to fail to find a way to end with a satisfying resolution.
So imagine the scenario. A boozy lunch with with some screenwriters who had just seen “Vivarium” (2019) and began to recall “Stepford Wives” (2004) and the “Truman Show” (1998). We know, say the assembled talent – let’s write a pointless hybrid of these stories, making sure to avoid the best bits of any of them then get two gorgeous people to take part. We’ll end up minted! Well they may well have ended up making loads of cash, but what they have provided for us is an heavily stylised story that goes nowhere fast. To be fair, Florence Pugh tries quite hard as “Alice”, the increasingly disturbed wife of “Jack” (Harry Styles). They live in an Utopian desert community where the men all head to work for “Frank” (Chris Pine) in the morning and the women do the standard middle class housework, shopping and networking things. All is idyllic until “Alice” notices that one of their neighbours “Margaret” (KiKi Layne) is convinced that something is amiss amidst their perfect lifestyle. When an inexplicable tragedy ensues, “Alice” starts to have nightmares and soon her marriage and his career prospects are in jeopardy. Pine isn’t the least menacing as the duplicitous “Frank” and though the camera really does love Styles, he has little here to demonstrate whether he can actually act or can just fill a perfectly tailored suit as well as Daniel Craig. That’s really the problem here. The film looks good, but the plot is completely undercooked. We are delivered of a partially formed plot that is derivative and, frankly, rather dull. The last few scenes with the guys in red reminded me of a television commercial for Vodaphone and at just over two hours long, I was just unengaged with it all. Styles’ looks will take him far and working with the likes of Pugh and Pine will only help him, but unless his people work harder on the scripts and characterisations, then he will just end up Zac Efron-light. This is a film for television in due course, I’d say.
A movie so bad they had to invent drama on the press tour to promote jt
It’s a complete rip off of Stepford Wives with 2022 Twitter sensibilities. Wilde coasting on her media profile with the overrated Booksmart makes this flick drag as if it’s 3 hours. To call it bland and forgettable would be kind. Styles showed promise as an actor in Dunkirk but here he’s got little to do and even with that can’t match it. Pugh is okay but nothing special. And Wilde tries hard but can’t act as usual. The biggest thing about this movie is all the press drama and gossip surrounding it. In the future people will wonder what all the fuss was about as this movie enters the dustbin of history. Wilde in the past said if a movie is bad it’s the directors fault. Even with a friendly press this couldn’t scrape together a good critics score. Well Olivia, you happy to take responsibility here?
A film beyond expectations….
7.5/10 This my attempt to #dontspoilitdarling
First, my preconceived notions of the film. I thought this film would be entertaining, but lack real excitement and chaos. I thought the trailer had spoiled a significant chunk of what would happen.
That being said, I had the utmost pleasure of attending a pre-screening for “Don’t Worry Darling” during an IMAX Live event, and my hopes had kind of plummeted with some of the casts answers to questions. However, I feel that I was slightly mis-directed.
This film was entertaining for myself. It’s not a heavy psychological thriller, but it has a few elements that made feel uneasy. As some of the cast stated, there is more to this film than meets the eye. We were told don’t blink, and listen.
Florence Pugh’s acting was tremendous. Similar to “Midsommar” she knows how to make the daytime feel uneasy. The rest of the cast was good, but perhaps because they’re not as centralized as Florence.
Cinematography wasn’t spectacular, but it did a great job of holding attention, and earning its tension. The score definitely added to that, as well. The music was perfectly suited for the film even after I listened to it for an hour leading to the start of the film.
Truly, the story was very interesting up until the reveal took place, at which point the film slightly loses momentum. However, I still wasn’t sure if it would end as I thought, but it definitely didn’t end as I had hoped. There’s a few things I think I would’ve liked to see differently, and maybe even have the film lengthened to two and a quarter hours to not have everything so rushed.
Overall, very good cinematography with great acting by Florence Pugh. The story isn’t as psychological as I would’ve hoped for, but still makes the daytime feel slightly uneasy. If you can see it in IMAX it’s definitely worth it, however, just seeing it in theatres is worthwhile.
Lastly, I don’t know much about her, but I feel people are going to hate on this film just because Olivia Wilde is associated it, and I don’t think that’s deserving. However, I’ll leave that up for you to decide.
Thank you for reading this very long review. I hope it gives you insight to the film without spoiling it. Until next time…. Enjoy the show!
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Genre Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Director Olivia Wilde
Writer Katie Silberman, Carey Van Dyke, Shane Van Dyke
Actors Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Chris Pine
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination
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