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The most painful thing about the past is not knowing what happened, but rather, knowing what didn't happen. Adam is fortunate enough to experience what could have been, yet his Reliving of his childhood is an attempt to evade the suffering that persists due to his unchangeable memories he cannot alter. His reflections are filled with regrets and self-doubt about what he believes to have missed.
"I'm sorry I never came in your room when you were crying." Adam laments,…
Needed more ridiculous plot twists.
Incredible how everyone involved in Argylle, manages to sleepwalk through this. Sam Rockwell is the only one holding this mess of a movie together somehow, and even he can't safe this from being a total lackluster. Argylle is so painfully unfunny and overlong that the only redeeming quality of this movie will be that one didn't die of brain rot while watching. The worst parts are the editing, the incomprehensible and incoherent plot and Henry Cavill's haircut.