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19 September 2017, 06:26 | Santos West
Jennifer Lawrence is starting to not want children as she gets older
The American filmmaker's latest project stars his girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence as the title character, whose relationship with her husband (Javier Bardem) is pushed to the limit when uninvited guests arrive and cause havoc at their house.
In comparison, fellow horror IT, took $123 million in its opening weekend last week. To throw a film by an Oscar-nominated director like Aronofsky in that group just feels wrong. Although the disintegration of the plot in "mother!" is uncomfortable, thanks in part to a convincing breakdown by Lawrence and a lot of tight, claustrophobic tracking shots, it's also what keeps the audience in their seats.
There's no question that Darren Aronofsky achieved just that with "mother!", which provokes, pummels, and is constantly entertaining, and is also now in cinemas across the country.
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He cautioned "pregnant women, those with nervous constitutions or heart conditions, and anyone who happens to be burdened with good taste" to avoid the film, which opens Friday, at all costs.
Love or hate Mother, it is a little hard not to respect Paramount standing behind theirmovie and the creative team in such a way.
"When I was 21 or 22 I was like, 'I can't wait to be a mother, '" Lawrence continued. "Then I got a script and when I read it I threw it across the room and told him he had severe psychological problems. Presently I find out about their identity, yet at the time, I didn't know their identity", Bardem revealed to MTV News reporter Josh Horowitz at the NY squeeze day for the film. She did say, however, that if Bardem was paid more, she might have made some calls about the issue. I see myself being a mother one day.
Many Redditors and others on social media have been far more favorable than the CinemaScorerating would suggest. I got a bit restless a couple of times, but I'm glad I didn't leave, because the final thirty minutes of the movie are like a bad fever dream that you just can't take your eyes off of.
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