Brazilian filmmaker, cinephile, and movie collector.
Writes for Papiro & Mint. papiroandmint.com/
This isn't a bad movie, just one with a terrible third act. Joe Wright makes wonders out of this by homaging the noir and giallo genre with obvious influences from Rear Window, Psycho, Laura, Suspiria and Alice Sweet Alice. The cast is superb along with the cinematography.
The real problem in my opinion is the story by A. J. Finn, who clearly wanted to follow the Gone Girl and The Girl in the Train story style, which despite delivering it…
More like Here Are the White Trash. I don't know what made this great cast join this movie that seems to have been written (and directed) by a 12-year-old. The best we can take out of this is that if an Irish Abercrombie model can make a film, so can you. But after making Ana-Taylor Joy sing "She Lost Control" by Joy Division as a sexy song, I think someone should legally forbid Eoin Macken to make any other movie.