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12/07/2018 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

The most stylish & brutal thriller since DRIVE.

MANDY (2018) is not for the faint of heart or the easily distressed. It is a dark brutal movie that holds nothing back. It is a revenge thriller that is firing on all cylinders through a blood red soaked landscape marked by violence and carnage.
Red (Cage) is a logger who lives with his sweetheart Mandy (Riseborough) until the day they cross paths with an evil cult and their fiendish leader Jeremiah Sand (actor is appropriately named Roache). Red is tortured while Mandy is killed by the cultits, leading Red to embark on a vengeful campaign against Sand and his followers.
The movie is admittedly slow paced;even I had no idea where it was going. But the horrific acts of violence and the sudden bursts of emotional turmoil startled me more so than most horror movies. The dreamlike scenery...

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10/05/2018 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Mandy - Review

"You are a vicious snowflake"

How do you even review something like this?

This really is not for everyone and that is just fine. The plot isn't anything special, but it's the experience that matters, good or bad. Chainsaws, 80's revenge, and Cage. The whole movie is a drug trip with the climax being the overdose. The trippy visuals and colors are just outstanding and really stick out.

It's one of Cage's best work in years and also one of his best freak outs, as you're not sure to laugh or cry with him. It was very odd, yet strangely moving. You really do feel his pain both physically and emotionally. I wish we see Cage in more great stuff, than becoming another meme.

The score is so melancholia and beautiful, which instantly caught my attention. Capturing the despair...

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