I was reminded of Rosemary's Baby as the 'sophisticated' family planned Hunter's life (and blended her up some iron-rich smoothies). A good sense of tension throughout, but the ending, complete with an upbeat song, fell flat for me.
So bland as to be farcical. The movie completely steers away from the Ayn Randian hot takes of the book, but somehow that doesn't make it better.
There is literally a plot point where he.... doesn't know.... which fork..... to use at a fancy restaurant!
QUITE THE PICKLE FOR THIS FISH OUT OF WATER.
Also, the lead character is a human thumb.
I mean, you're going to watch it.
But why are we watching this?