The Chaos and Control of Don’t Worry Darling
Don’t Worry Darling is ultimately a sophomore directorial debut with a lot to say and sometimes, a lack of footing on how to do so. Ultimately, I do not believe the critiques I hold for this film keep it from being an enjoyable and beautiful film to immerse yourself in.
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With “The Giant Squid,” Industry Proves It’s Essential TV
(5/5) “The Giant Squid” proves why Industry is such masterful television, delivering high-stakes tension while dealing with the nuances of power dynamics and toxic workplace culture.
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