Promising Young Woman (2020) 1080p

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Genres:
Crime | Drama
Resolution:
1920*800
Size:
2.10G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
113 min
IMDB Rating:
7.4 / 10 
MPR:
R
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Directors: Emerald Fennell [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A young woman, traumatized by a tragic event in her past, seeks out vengeance against those who crossed her path.

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Reviews

Avenging Angel in the Morning

An ambitious and audacious film, the director mentioned wanting to combine the "horrendous and the humorous" which in any film would be a challenge, more so here.

The tone of the film thus is a challenge, but remarkably nailed at times. The colors in it, hint at the lack of extremes. Cassie's easter egg fingernails serve as a cross-over from her good girl to Goodbar tending in the nightclub scene.

Carey Mulligan's performance is fantastic capturing the dichotomy in ways well beyond her wardrobe. She is not the only outstanding actor here, Alison Brie, Bo Burnham also stood out, interesting that they both may represent opposing sides in the "argument" although keep an eye on which side they wind up on.

And really there should be no "argument" but the sexual double standard as an industry standard obviously persists. I cannot tell how much recently reading Chanel Miler's "Know My Name" affected me while watching this. Could it be Emarald Fennell wants to take some scenes in the film way too far because we should be outraged even when things go a little too far?

Waking up the next morning, and considering the slap of the film helped me appreciate it more. One hopes that is the case for Chief Justice McLovin and many more. Alas, it does not bring Nina, and so many other daughters back.

One other small note on the clash of extremes: the original soundtrack set against the pop numbers underscored the sense of uneasiness. And to be clear, it is an important uneasiness.

Raw Rage and Power Wrapped In An Explosion of Color

This movie is insanely good. I think the strongest reason for this is how much Emerald Fennell cared while making this movie. It is so detail oriented.

The story is so real while also playing on revenge fantasies. It knows it's story backwards and forwards and works like falling dominos. Nothing is done just for the sake of it and everything is like a chain reaction that pays off perfectly in the end.

People don't like the third act and at first I didn't until I saw the ending and I thought it was perfect.

The style of this movie. It is like a candy coloured nightmare and I love it. They light up the screen and the sets in such a perfect way. It makes every scene pop.

The score and soundtrack are amazing too. I really loved that Emerald payed so much attention to the soundtrack. She wanted to make it full of all these "guilty pleasure" songs and like "girly" music to show that there is nothing wrong with that music and it is good as well. I thought it was fantastic.

I honestly think that everyone should see this movie. Especially men. I like that it tells you that even people who think they are "good people" still can hurt others.

I think this is a near perfect movie. Watch it.

Grown up hard candy

It's a pretty decent film, main criticism is that it's so on the nose and laid on thick, that it doesn't give the viewer much work to do in the way of thinking, and the plot armor guarding the protagonist is virtually impenetrable. It's a great visceral tale of a woman scorned; and it satiates a very specific taste. The color pallets are often times quite nice.
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