Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17

Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17

Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17

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Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17

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Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17

Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17

Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17
Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17
Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17

19 thoughts on “Quickie: Mother!, I Love You, Daddy #TIFF17”

  1. Mother! and It Comes at Night are both fantastic films that had misleading marketing that leads to the divide with people that loved ot hated the movie.

  2. Of course you loved Mother!, you’re one of *those* critics. Every one knows that you are, you probably know it yourself.

  3. Well, I really hope this isn’t just about being a contrarian for the sake of it, because now I want to try and watch “Mother!”

  4. I don’t get why people had issue with JLaws age. They acknowledge & it was kind of the point. I had the issue at first until Ed Harris’ character brought it up. It was a draining experience.

  5. While listening to all the praise you gave Mother! I was thinking to myself: ‘What a shame it’s Jennifer Lawrence.’ I’m never able to see her as anything but herself, the actress. It breaks immersion. Seems I’m not the only one.

  6. i don’t care what anyone says, mother was complete trash. well shot, interesting themes, god-awful ending. seriously so cheesy and dumb i’m actually surprised adam didn’t hate it. i get that it was supposed to be a nightmare essentially but it went on way too long for such a shitty, predictable ending. pure garbage. aranofsky is clearly living in the shadow of his former self.

  7. I want to hear what he has to say about Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri; he gave that a 10/10 on IMDB.

  8. I was leaned forward through most of “mother!”, it was an allegory, and over time and mulling it over, I’m liking it more and more.

  9. Adam, I think perhaps that when you say “As soon as you star her in your film you’re _literally_ just begging for mainsteam audiences to see it”, you in fact mean _figuratively_. The thing is, literally literally means literally.
    I’m not trying to be a pedant. I just think words are important. Also: I’m a member of the Word Police and I have to fulfil my quota of arrests for the month.

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