'Don't Worry Honey': Florence Pugh is featured in the new OFFICIAL movie poster;  Check out!

THE Warner Bros. Pictures Brazil recently released a new national poster for the thriller ‘Do not worry, dear’thriller starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles.

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With 18 reviews published so far, the feature was massacred by critics, winning only 39% approval on Rotten Tomatoes.

The general consensus is that not even the great performance of pugh manages to save the production of a cliché story, not very inventive and forced.

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We separate the excerpts from the main criticisms:

“It’s a simple, clichéd story about escaping patriarchy – something that’s been done before and done better.” (Little White Lies)

“The biggest problem with ‘Don’t Worry Honey’ is that it ends wrong. The film could have been a reasonably effective dystopian thriller, but it becomes a narrative about feminist triumph that feels forced.” (TIME Magazine)

“Olivia Wilde’s biggest flaw is her imagination. Her film is solid acting, and beautifully constructed, but it’s not as disturbing as it aims to be. There is nothing to worry about.” (Los Angeles Times)

“A thriller with an ambitious concept but an unsatisfying execution.” (Hollywood Reporter)

“If this movie is really about female pleasure, I would hate to see Olivia perform [Wilde] about female pain. That movie hurt enough.” (IndieWire)

“If you’re in the right mood, ‘Don’t Worry Honey’ can be fun – though Olivia Wilde’s thriller fails to rewrite the genre’s rules in any significant way.” (deadline)

The film will be released in national cinemas on September 22.

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Olivia Wilde (‘Out of Series’) is responsible for directing.

In the plot, Alice is the perfect housewife, living in a utopian community in the California desert, along with her husband Jack. Hiding her frustrations, she ends up making a disturbing discovery that makes her question her “flawless” reality.

The cast still has Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, Nick Kroll, Sydney Chandler and Kate Berlant.

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