Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Anne Hathaway does a fantastic job as an alcoholic who moves back to her home town, where she discovers she somehow controls the actions of a kaiju that simultaneously appeared in South Korea.
The carnage the monster causes takes a subtle back seat to the emotional wreckage caused by the leading character's alcohol addictions and social interactions. If you're at all familiar with the disease then there's plenty to be found in it's far-fetched yet small-scope intimacy. Unfortunately some of the plotting is sloppily aimless and that's where it loses the impact of what should have been an instant cult-classic.
3 black-outs out of 5