Buster's Mal Heart
Mystery • 2017 • 1 hr 36 min
A slow-paced and twisty thriller that left me confused in the best of ways. Rami Malek is wonderful as always.
Intriguing psychological thriller with many hints to past works of the genre, a perfectly typecast Rami Malek and a sort of biblical vibe
It will stick with you but you need time to understand it. Rami Malek's performance is really good. I liked it.
Very weird, very bizarre, very complicated, but also very good
Incredible cinematography, engaging story, but sometimes a little confusing. It keeps you on your toes from start to end. Great movie.
The Unibomber but even more... eccentric.
Really interesting and odd, a great performance from Rami. Deep plot.
Rami Malek's most underrated performance
Great Character for Rami. Original concept and pretty well executed. Worth at least one watch.
Depressing but really interesting plot. Worth a watch!
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