My first movie with Ezra Miller and my second run-in with Tilda Swinton. The movie is … creepy, but that’s to be expected. I think improvements could have been made with the length and the pacing, as vague as that sounds.
I finally watched this once my partner convinced me to, and I actually enjoyed it for acknowledging how movies actually screw over the villains a lot and attempt to dehumanize them.
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