365 Days: This Day



365 days: this day

Powered by

“365 Days: This Day” is barely a movie. It is the emotionally bankrupt identity of late capitalism, a brain-dead miasma of choreographed sex and senseless fights driven by greed and violence disguised as passion. The disgust was there on the surface of “365 Days.” But while it’s more vanilla, “365 Days: This Day” is more insidious, as it argues that the end – high-end luxuries, sculpted buttocks – justifies the means – kidnapping, coercion, misogyny. This time, Laura objects. In a way, it’s even worse.

Now playing on Netflix.

comments powered by discus

hi! we are top-greatest-flim.com, we come here to share and rate famous movie titles to serve you, thank you for watching this article.

Leave a comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More