I Care a Lot is a 2020 American English-language Comedy Crime movie which revolves around an evil court appointed legal guardian who plans to empty the savings of her older clients. What happens when she forms her match forms the crux of the story. It stars Rosamund Pike, Peter Dinklage, Eiza Gonz Lez, Chris Messina, Dianne Wiest, Eiza Gonzalez and Christopher Wyman. I Care a Lot was Produced by J Blakeson, Michael Heimler, Teddy Schwarzman and Ben Stillman. The film was written and directed by J Blakeson. Netflix acquired the distribution rights for the film. I Care a Lot was released on 19th February 2021 and takes a screen time of 118 minutes. Cinematography was done by Doug Emmett and editing by Mark Eckersley. The music was composed by Marc Canham.
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Release Date19 FEB 2021
Run Time118 MINUTES
Comedy, Crime, Thriller
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I Care a Lot Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : 4.3/5
Positive Review Rating : 81%
Den Of Geek
Not since Gone Girl has Rosamund Pike been so perilously irresistible. All toothy grins and smiling eyes, Pikes Marla enters every room as a ball of sunshine. But also like the sun, if you get too ... ( Read More )
Pike, who lately has taken the lead in noble biopics like last years Radioactive and 2018s A Private War, feels unleashed by the wickedness of the role, gleefully sinking those gleaming white teeth... ( Read More )
A great ensemble keeps parts of it humming and there are some interesting ideas here about the systemic failures of our society, but the tone and pacing are off throughout. ( Read More )
Blakeson bungles the ending of I Care a Lot, but hes great with introductions, giving viewers an unusual roller coaster ride of nasty people engaged in predatory business. ( Read More )
And thats the scene where I Care a Lot soars into the stratosphere, Wiest deserving a shower of awards for one delicious line reading. ( Read More )