The Devil All the Time

The Devil All the Time ★★★

This was kind of like going to a restaurant you love and ordering a meal you’ve tried before but it’s just not made as well as it was last time? 

It is shot in very intensely intimate way that’s beautiful and harrowing when it wants to be, but the storytelling gets more and more roundabout as the movie goes on.

Excellent performances but the fallout of actions and arcs feel mostly empty and rushed even though the movie is pretty long winded. 

I love the angst that comes with a sins of the father-interconnected character journey type story, but I feel like we bit off more than we could chew halfway through this one and could’ve been more impactful with less scope and more intimate story telling, and not necessarily through narration like this
 *pours spiders on face*

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