There's no denying Olivia Wilde can coordinate the damnation out of a film. Furthermore, with her most recent behind-the-camera exertion, "Don't Stress Sweetheart," the entertainer turned producer develops a provocative and intense thrill ride.
A film ought to resound with moviegoers, who might make an appearance to look at a good looking gathering that incorporates Florence Pugh, Harry Styles and Chris Pine.
At any rate, a film will keep on creating a lot of prattle (there's as of now a lot of pre-discharge titles being made, some of them even about the actual film).
However, like most popcorn thrillers, the chances of the Academy checking the film off on their ballots is as farfetched as the movie’s attempt to make Harry Styles look unattractive in one critical scene. Nice try, but I don’t buy it.
The final result is a buffet of super charged spine chillers, like "Gone Girl"(2014), which handled a solitary nom for its driving entertainer Rosamund Pike.
Pugh, a past chosen one for "Little Ladies," plays the showiest part as a rural spouse who starts to uncertainty her existence, and there will champions for her, however the content's deficiencies will keep her outwardly searching in.
Any Oscar love is probably going to come for Arianne Phillips' captivating ensembles and cinematographer Matthew Libatique's exotic outlining. Yet, even those seem like weighty lifts for Warner Brothers., the studio behind the film.