Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Drama • R • 2018 • 1 hr 47 min
Even if you’re not a writer, it gets you to understand what it feels like when no one will give you a chance.
The best McCarthy effort by a long shot.
I fully enjoyed this character as brought to life by Melissa McCarthy, whom I usually find to be a little too eager-to-please.
Such a unique story + deeply unexpected performance from McCarthy. Darkly comedic, layered, engrossing, and fun to watch. Highly recommend.
Best Melissa McCarthy performance I ever seen. She and Richard Grant are the perfect duo.
Amazing performances, the story is nice but the performances are really what was amazing
Better than I expected. It's a slow paced film, which was a nice break from my usual. Wonderful to see McCarthy in a serious role.
So lived in and real. McCarthy and Grant are perfect. Funny, sad, and never simplified.
Richard E. Grant definitely deserves that Best Supporting Actor nomination.
I thought it was going to be another cheap comedy. I was wrong.
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