Don’t Worry Darling

Don’t Worry Darling may have an interesting mysterious premise, but the climax was very unsatisfactory!!!

Real Rating:

3 Cars from the 50’s

What I Like:

-I thought Olivia Wilde’s style of directing was pretty good, the camera angles, the facial expressions, and the creepy buildups were pretty good and added good visual depth to it
-The acting was great for the most part, I thought they got the pure emotions right and executed it very well

The So So:

-The story does start off interesting with a mysterious premise that keeps you engaged, but once the pay off happens, it gave me more questions than a satisfactory conclusion, it just leaves you hanging with question marks all over your head

What I Didn’t Like:

-Once the ending happened, there were a lot of things that happened during the movie that really wasn’t explained, the actual explanation left with more questions than answers

Overall:

The premise really had me engaged, and wondering how this will go down. Once it went down, I was so confused that I though M. Night Shyamalan wrote this, produced by J. J. Abrams. It left me underwhelmed and unsatisfied. If there was a point to this, I completely missed it. The stories while filming this film is more satisfying than watching this film!!!

Real Rating:

3 Cars from the 50’s