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Drama, Mystery, Horror
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Darren Aronofsky
Amanda Chiu as Damsel
Stephanie Ng Wan as Whisperer
Raphael Grosz-Harvey as Philanderer
Jovan Adepo as Cupbearer
Brian Gleeson as Younger Brother
Domhnall Gleeson as Oldest Son
Storyline: Amidst a wild flat meadow encircled by an Edenic lush forest, a couple has cocooned itself in a secluded grand mansion that was not so long ago burned to the ground, devotedly restored by the supportive wife. Within this safe environment, the once famous middle-aged poet husband is desirous of creating his magnum opus, however, he seems unable to break out of the persistent creative rut that haunts him. And then, unexpectedly, a knock at the door and the sudden arrival of a cryptic late-night visitor and his intrusive wife will stimulate the writer's stagnant imagination, and much to the perplexed wife's surprise, the more chaos he lets in their haven, the better for his punctured male ego. In the end, will this incremental mess blemish irreparably the couple's inviolable sanctuary?
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This was the absolute worst movie we've seen in years!!! It was painfully slow and just as frustrating to watch such unbelievable characters. We were sorry that we didn't walk out in the first 30 minutes. At least then we could have got a refund! But NO....We waited and waited for something to happen and when it finally came together in the very end it just confirmed our original thoughts that it was a piece of CRAP! I totally agree with the person who said it was 2 hours they could never get back. The cast drew us to this but in the future we'll look at audience reviews first and to heck with what the advertisers are saying.
I want my 2 hours back!
In a nutshell..... The story of a writer-blocked poet (Bardem) and his beautiful young wife (Lawrence) who has adoring fans (including Ed Harris and his wife Michelle Pfeiffer) that flock to his home just to be in his presence. Forgive the run on sentence........Harris is dying of cancer, his two sons arrive to fight over his money, get into a fistfight and one gets killed, more fans arrive, Lawrence goes into labour, fans start to riot, tearing the house apart, she has the baby, he wants to show his fans, she says no, he sits and stares at her for days, she falls asleep, he takes the baby, shows his fans, they grab the baby, kill it and eat it, Mom goes nuts, runs to the basement with a wrench, bashed a hole in the oil tank and sets it on fire and blows up the whole place, Bardem carries her charred body, sets her down and proceeds to reach in her chest and take out her heart, with her permission. He squeezes her heart til it turns to glass, sets it in a stand, the next scene there's a new wife and the whole thing starts over again. There! Just saved you $10........you're welcome!
Don't bring your mother anywhere near mother!
Probably one of the worst acting that I have seen in a long time. What a colossal waste of money for the studio and movie goers! Weak story line, bad cinematography and terrible acting. The movie just felt so fake to me while watching it. Take my word for it and save yourself two hours of misery. Avoid this one at all costs!
A Metaphor that Doesn't Work in the Slightest
There are certain movies that just aren't my cup of tea. Mother! is the type of movie where your reaction could be predicated on what you expected. Having watched only a little bit of the marketing campaign, I didn't entirely know what I was in for. With that said, Darren Aronofksy has a distinct style in each of his films, with each being highly divisive in nature. Mother!, which could be one of his simplest and yet ambitious films to date, is perhaps the only film of his that I just can't come around to.

Because of how difficult it is to discuss the film's plot without giving anything away, I'll just say this is the part of the review where you turn back if you have yet to see it. (SPOILER ALERT). This film is about mother earth and god. Yep, Aronofsky has made another film tied into the bible, except this time, It's a complete borefest. I say this with the utmost respect for the filmmakers, as I can always appreciate a film that does something different with its plot structure, but there wasn't a single moment of Mother! in which I was invested. If Aronofsky set out to make an uncomfortable experience than he can consider this film a success. Seemingly only using soft- focus and close-up shots of his actors, there isn't a single moment of comfort in the entire film. That can work in a movie, if the story is good enough (see. Requiem for a Dream), but if the film is simply plotting along to get to that big exclamation point ending, then it's just not that good.

Fittingly, the reviews have been pretty mixed so far. I figure a movie which mostly deals with humans ripping Jennifer Lawrence's earth apart and poorly treating their surroundings isn't the easiest audience or critic pleaser. However, I expected more from this film. Labeling it as a horror-mystery is certainly deceiving. Was the mystery supposed to be on what the film is actually about? Was the horror just supposed to be those last 20 minutes when everything goes to sh*t? I often talk about how an ending can save a film from being mediocre, but I think it can just as easily take an okay film and turn it into a complete let down. I think that's where my main complaints lie with this film, is that it's not at all what I wanted it to be, and the metaphor they were going for (while an interesting idea/premise) isn't executed in an interesting way.

As I said, I can always appreciate how original some art-house films can be, and Mother! is certainly no different. But the execution left me feeling dull, unimpressed, and downright bored. So even if there's some cool ideas, I can't give this a positive review.

Spies in the house of love?
"Mother!" follows a couple (Lawrence and Bardem) who live in solitude in an expansive farmhouse that the wife has painstakingly restored from a fire. One evening, they are visited by a doctor (Ed Harris), whose wife (Michelle Pfeiffer) follows. The dynamics of the home are turned upside down, and chaos ensues.

I won't attempt to give a full plot summary here, as it's truly a waste of time. If the cryptic promotional materials and slim premise are enough to intrigue (as they did myself), then give the film a go. The first half of "Mother!" is just shy of brilliance, with bizarre character interactions, wry humor, and phenomenal performances from all involved. At times, the dynamics between Lawrence, Bardem, Harris, and Pfeiffer give one the sense that they're watching a zany stage play, and the actors (especially Pfeiffer and Harris) clearly have a ball with this. As the film progresses into its second half, it shifts and expands in ways that are unabashedly over-the-top, and Aronofsky quite literally pulls the rug out from under his audience.

The film is stuffed with metaphors that are clearly Biblical, but there are numerous bents and other influences spilling in, most notably "Rosemary's Baby," which seems to be a prominent influence Aronofsky wears on his sleeve here; that said, "Mother!" is a very different film from it. The second act is chaotic and grotesque, and it's effective up to a point, but it brazenly crosses the line that the first act so cleverly toed; and perhaps that's the aim here, but it's not as enthralling as what comes before it.

Overall, I found "Mother!" at times riveting and consistently well-acted. It moves from being delightfully off-kilter and sinister to fiery pandemonium, the latter of which doesn't have the same consistent pull as the former. It is no less a thoroughly weird and engrossing epic that demands attention, but I personally found the second act to run itself thin. 7/10.
Self Indulgent disappointment ..
It's just a pretentious main stream approach to putting a female thru torture and horror for no reason and with no happy ending, like so many B movies accomplish on a regular basis these days.. Jennifer's character really has no chance, no choices and only has a personality of just another on screen screaming damsel in distress.

Regardless of what anyone says, it's just a Rosemary's Baby clone, just with a different finale that suppose to make the audience believe otherwise. All the secrecy leading up to it's debut was just to hide the fact it was always just that.

I'm sure it'll get high marks from those who enjoy films with supposedly no boundaries etc,, but just because it can, doesn't make it good.. It just becomes "Oh look at what we can do", with little meaning other that to give a quick silly shock effect..
An allegory of Biblical proportions
Long-awaited "Mother!" is a challenging film. It's far more complicated and rich than the house-invasion horror-thriller it starts out as.

Despite having directed only seven feature films, Darren Aronofsky has become one of the most interesting and important directors of our time. Now returning after a shot at Biblical adventure-drama "Noah" (2014), Aronofsky delivers a film full of allegoric storytelling. The performances of Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem are impressive. Aronofsky's screen writing and direction never allows the viewer to get away from the hellish nightmare that unrolls. Longtime Aronofsky collaborator Matthew Libatique (who's worked with Aronofsky on six out of his seven full-features) delivers some exquisite cinematography that adds power and discomfort to the story. Having considered the movie after watching it, I've reached the conclusion that I need to watch again, as there's too much substance, and too much references, for me to grasp at a first viewing.
Abhorrently bad
Spoiler/PSA ahead (If only someone had "spoiled" the film for me!)

This film is abhorrently bad. I've seen bad films before, but never have I left a theater feeling disgusted, angry, nauseous, and even betrayed. They were pretty tight-lipped about what this film is actually about, and now I see why. It wasn't to guard a clever plot twist (there isn't one), it was because if the audience knew the level of gratuitous horror and violence they were about to witness most would never sign on. I genuinely feel deceived. I would have never gone to see this film had I known. I would've preferred a Saw movie - at least both the audience and the director are on the same page about what is being produced and consumed.

This film ruined more than just my Saturday night. It ruined some of my favorite actors for me as well. Lawrence, Bardem, Pfieffer, Harris (even Kristin Wiig?!) - I actually judge them for their participation in this film. They gave good performances which were rendered completely irrelevant by this grotesque, stupid, and increasingly desperate film. It also ruined other Aronofsky films for me. I loved The Wrestler. It was soul crushingly sad, but it was beautiful. Mother! is so distastefully bad that it leaves me questioning the validity of Aronofsky's other successes.

Spoiler alert! If your idea of a good time is watching a newborn infant smashed, ripped apart, and eaten in front of his mother in graphic detail, then by all means - head to the theaters! To say that this scene crossed a line for me is a gross understatement. As a mother (or perhaps just a human?) I felt physically ill watching this wildly unnecessary scene (I'm sure the director will disagree with me about its "necessity" but he's kidding himself). I can't imagine the lies everyone involved had to tell themselves to justify that scene. It wasn't "profound" it wasn't "art", it was simply desperate and basic and disgusting and in no way justifiable. Even without that scene the movie is completely irredeemable. It is (hopefully) the worst movie I will ever see.
Thick on analogies and symbolism, to the point of overkill
I saw this at TIFF and the point this movie was trying to make became clear fairly early on. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but as the story developed, the analogies and symbolism went into overkill, to the point where their excessive nature diminished what was an interesting story.

The movie is helmed by Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem, two actors I'm particularly fond of. The short summary of this movie is that they are a couple who live in a beautiful, remote home. One night they take in an unwanted house guest (Harris), more at Bardem's choosing than Lawrence's. This leads to countless other house guests and invasions from the outside world, often to the detriment of Bardem & Lawrence's beautiful home, and Lawrence's well-being.

As the movie goes on, these violations against the home and Lawrence get increasingly bizarre and excessive. They get laid on so thick that, even if you have figured out the analogy by the midway point of the movie and enjoy the way the movie is getting it's point across, the sheer madness that transpires in the second half of the film is likely to sour you on the overkill applied to the message.

It becomes fairly apparent that the house and Lawrence's character from which the movie is titled represent our planet. Bardem's character represents a creator/God (in credits, his character is simply known as 'Him'). Harris and Pfeiffer, the original, invasive guests, are the original Man & Woman (Adam & Eve), and from there, a lot of the plot initially descends from biblical references and then into His desire to provide for his followers and to be adored by them, ignorant of how detrimental they are to the house and Mother.

At the very end, the house becomes overpopulated with people who are both zealots and warmongers who descend into utter 'WTF' madness while they destroy the home, murder the couple's child, and force Mother to burn down the home she so painstakingly created, killing everyone inside it. After the fire, He carries her out, and recreates the home with a new Mother.

As I said, it's a story thick on symbolism and message. I personally liked what they were going for, but think it could have been a much better movie if they had done it far subtly than with the extreme overkill they employed in the second half of this film. Looking at the reviews, I see a lot of people torn by this movie, and I think for these reasons. Some people didn't clue into the message very well and just thought it was a movie that made no sense. Others may not have liked the pro-environment analogies, while some may have loved how excessive the movie hammered it's point home. Another group likely felt how I did - that the plot and point was unique and interesting, but the sheer madness the film careened into during the second half was extremely excessive.

Overall, I give it a 6/10, with disappointment that a promising concept wasn't executed more sensibly.
poor sci-fi
As a science fiction fan I found this film to be poorly done in story and how it was told. The evolution of the scenes was awkward and did not flow well. The graphic's were good. I also thought the dialogue was poor. The story seemed random and did not flow well. There was no background on the lead male character. This may be a good story, but this film was not the vehicle to tell it. I would not recommend this film to my friends.
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