Rattie mom + cinephile
So…Lamb is an extremely mild version of what I went in expecting it to be. It’s not badly done, and even if I say I dislike a movie it’s never a direct endorsement of me saying don’t watch it because everyone has a different experience with things. But I will say I expected SOMETHING, whether that be actual fear or anger or just some form of genuinely strong emotion, and I kinda got nothing. I mean, now that I’ve seen…
I think the drugs the filmmakers were on while making Jungle Cruise were the same drugs used while making this movie.
I liked three scenes, and the step mother, step sisters, and Billy Porter we’re fun and fabulous. Otherwise I was in a lot of pain and incredibly bored. Legit felt like this was a three hour movie.
Terrible acting by othereise talented actors, dialogue that sounds like it was written by a "woke" Twilight-obsessed tween on Tumblr, sterotypes attempting to pass as characters that have less development than those featured in Disney Channel Original Movies all presented with sloppy editing and a score that would be used in the background of a tacky conspiracy theory video on YouTube. The plot and its "twist," which can be figured out within the first 10 minutes of the movie, are…
I HATE THIS MOVIE WITH A PASSION. He literally chases an animal against its will, is the reason it gets attacked by sharks (which isn't the ultimate worst thing since octopi can grow back limbs but still and then laments like MAYBE THIS IS MY FAULT and like yeah asshole it is) and he projects his own twisted human thoughts onto AN ANIMAL THAT HAS NO SUCH THOUGHTS OR PHILOSIPHIES OF ITS OWN. It's just a white guy being sexually…