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We Need to Talk About Kevin is a disturbing but essential read and watch

We Need to Talk About Kevin is a disturbing but essential read and watch

We Need to Talk About Kevin is a disturbing but essential read and watch

We Need to Talk About Kevin is a disturbing but essential read and watch

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  • kunjutty (2 points : 631 days ago)

    It's not often we come across an American movie pushes the boundaries of what most of Americans would consider acceptable. The cinematography and story line alone could make this movie great. There was a concept here. All of the scenes played out in no particular order and, at first it might seem very confusing, but soon you will start to be able to follow along and put them in chronological order and realize you're on the right track. That, coupled with the creep factor, it made for one original flick. The uniquely disturbing (and, at times, inappropriate) relationship between Mother (Tilda Swinton) and son (Ezra Miller) was played out in such a way that brought me into the movie. It felt real and challenged my level of comfort. It made me angry and it made me afraid of what might happen And that was the point. I invite movies that can disturb me like it did. It's not often that it happens.

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  • cigaro (2 points : 631 days ago)

    Good, but not near as good as the book. Ramsay's vision is very heavy-handed. The red motif is laid on a bit too thick, and Franklin (Reilly) isn't in it enough to soften the edges. I love Swinton, but she doesn't exude Eva's continual questioning of how much responsibility she bears for Kevin's disposition. Plus there's some good stuff left out—Kevin's explanation of why he didn't kill her, a bit of storyline involving Celia's glass eye, the fact that when Eva was racing to the school she thought her son might have been one of the victims and never suspected he was the killer. This film is okay, but the book is REALLY good.

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