Quick-Thoughts: Resurrection

The Night House 2, and I’m not complaining. 

Nearly an impossible movie to review, but all you need to know is…

a) Rebecca Hall continues to improve her acting in every movie where she plays some sort of psychologically disturbed + manipulated bachelorette, only further proving herself to being one of the greatest actors of our time. Tim Roth can do no wrong, as well.

b) Resurrection (unless I’m a dumbass which wouldn’t likely be that far off) is evidently both a literal for mother’s intuition advancing into uncomfortable territory for their child and a metaphor for it accumulating tragically into forever inevitable failures to find a way for them to understand the virtually indescribable sacrifices you’ve made, so if you can treat it as such then the movie should make sense despite what that absolutely maniac of an ending may insinuate otherwise on the surface, as it’s not exactly a blatantly spelled-out one — which is quite respectable because the pieces of the truth are all right there residing throughout the entire film.

Verdict: B-

2022 Ranked

“Resurrection” currently does not have a release date yet.

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