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Ntedesco’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
I'm sitting here. It's 12:39 as I start typing this. I feel like I want to take a shower but I can't because I know it'll keep me up later than I want to be and also because we're in a drought and it'd be my third shower today. I'm watching The Three Caballeros instead because I just feel like I need to cleanse myself in someway. There's still a sickness in my stomach, and the urge to punch a wall.
I hate her. I hate Amy so, so much. I wanted her to get caught so, so, SO badly. But she always had to be one step ahead. Poor Nick tried so hard to be ahead. But he's by no means a smart guy and by no means a great guy either.
Other than Carrie, no film has made me squirm in my seat as much. I can't think of a film where I was actively angry in my seat as much as this one. There probably is one, somewhere, but off the top of my head, there is nothing.
This movie was one of the most successfully manipulative movies I've seen. And I bought that manipulation hook, line, and sinker.
Also, **** the media.