A darkly funny murder-comedy? Yes please! Blake Lively is hot, Henry Golding is smoking, Anna Kendrick is surprising & Paul Feig has done it again
I was surprised how thoughtfully shot and staged each scene was. From the beauty of the swamps and planration grounds to the dark, sharp and painful tearing of flesh. Nature is at once freeing and constrictive, because there is no true escape from cruelty in this film. Every character is carefully rendered and nobody is a stereotype. These are fleshed out beings, whether good or bad. I waited to see this so I could do it alone, weigh my own thoughts and basically weep.