Clarisse Loughrey reviews A Vigilante. A young woman becomes a vigilante that helps victims escape from their abusers.
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I loved the story and the characters but they cheaped out when i came to the action and gore. It also moved too slowly and since it was a short movie I suspect they did it on purpose so it wouldn't be less than an hour.
With These Hands
I just watched this film for the first time, months after it’s release. I hadn’t watched it sooner because it got bad reviews so didn’t give it a second glance. After watching it I am floored. I loved it. Olivia plays a woman who is genuine in her pain. She handles her leaving moment the way we all imagine we would in those circumstances, by curling up into an emotional ball and crying. It isn’t until someone gives her direction that she is able to take back some semblance of her life. I love that she handles each situation they way a woman would, not the way a man in this type of movie would. She doesn’t sit back and drink away her pain. She doesn’t bottle it up and push on because “boys don’t cry” she grieves loudly and openly and still presses on. I love that the director chose not to show her really brutalizing the men in these instances. The first punch is thrown and then cut to the outcome. I was expecting the exciting “whoop his ass” moment at the end that we got from movies like Enough with Jennifer Lopez. The director chose not to give us that as it isn’t realistic. When facing her own attacker she had to be smarter and more resourceful and get her fear under control in order to win. She didn’t rile him up and make him angry, she used the only thing he really loved to get him to almost surrender. And her leaving him in the road naked was best Fuckem, she could have done! I love that final middle finger to abusive men.
Uuuhh, another "strong women" movie that is demonizing and humiliating men and beats them up and tortures them so very easily. How stunning and brave. The feminist women of the BBC liked it. Why am I not surprised? 🤢 Women are such innocent angels, capable of anything & everything if not held back by those evil men. And men are such weaklings when push comes to shove. Isn't it that way, if one is looking at all of those female revenge and "modern" action movies? And now the same with reversed roles, please, because there are (by women) abused men excisting, too. Millions of them. I am SICK of this constant, one sided, unrealistic, annoying and men-humiliating and demonizing feminist propaganda in our media. Thank you very much, you leftist "media and art people".
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This was a really powerful film!
Olivia Wilde was incredible.
He who lives in harmony with himself lives in harmony with the universe.
Olivia wilde is having quite a moment.. between this and Booksmart. Good for her
first again?? oh dear
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Chuck Norris can take the square root of a negitive number on a calculator without an error sign apearing on the screen
Thought this was great, Olivia Wilde was terrific.
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