and i welcome every moment of it
i've had a hard time rating this one. ultimately the middle way seems appropriate for how i feel.
the one aspect every viewer seems to agree on is that carey mulligan is phenomenal. no debate here. but the rest of the movie left me with a bitter taste in my mouth.
narratives revolving around rape and sexual assault should be crafted with care. it seems like promising young woman remained on surface level while desperately trying to fit into the…
i first read sharp objects when i was fourteen, years ago, and it has remained with me ever since. several years later, as a young adult, i was absolutely thrilled that sharp objects was getting a TV adaptation and the recognition it finally deserved. i got even more excited when i learned it was going to be directed by jean-marc vallée, who already gave us the excellent big little lies last year, starring non-other than the amazing and talented amy…