Review I CARE A LOT tells the story of Marla Grayson (Rosamund Pike from Gone Girl), whose career is like an angel. Caring for and fostering the elderly But behind the scenes is the con-aritst, a con-aritst, who cheated, stripped, and took advantage of the wealth, pension or legacy of those retired seniors, with her girlfriend, Fran (Eiza González of Baby Driver). important
Their business is going well and Marla has always been convinced that she is a “hunter” until one day she arrives at the wrong sheep and arrives Jennifer Peterson (Oscar actor Dianne Wiest) as the victim. She is a rich old woman, still looks strong (can stay for a long time), and most importantly… without bonds, but it turns out that the history of this aunt is more than she thought when Jennifer Peterson became the mother of the Russian mafia Roman Lunyov (Peter Dinklage from Game of Thrones) Ruthless
THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF PEOPLE IN THIS WORLD. THOSE THAT TAKE AND THOSE THAT GET TOOK. LIONS AND LAMBS. MY NAME IS MARLA GRAYSON AND I AM NO LAMB. I’M A FUCKING LIONESS.
– Marla Grayson
Guaranteed by quality performers ROSAMUND PIKE
If you liked Amy Dunne in Gone Girl, then you will likely love Rosamund Pike’s performance as Marla Grayson in I Care a Lot. Because these two women In addition to being portrayed by the same actress, she also has the same “Gai Tiger face”, which appears to be Rosamund Pike’s best talent. Golden Globes from Gone Girl and more recently. She also recently won the Golden Globes’ best female lead from I Care a Lot.
Lowering machine at the end
But in the end, I Care a Lot is nothing to remember but Rosamund Pike’s performance. For us, the slash of bad guys on both sides was not that harsh or that fierce. Probably because both sides were not deserving of each other in the first place. But those scenes weren’t anything memorable at all.
Although we were able to keep up with this Netflix movie in bed at home for 2 hours and
admit that the first half of the movie was entertaining and addictive. But we must be honest
that After the second half has been around for a while. We felt it was less inviting.
We started playing mobile phones and watching movies. (Which we don’t normally do, even if we look at home) and it fades gradually even at the end.