Lawrence: Hurricane Irma And Harvey Were The Results Of “Mother Nature’s Rage And Wrath.”

Lawrence Hurricane Irma And Harvey Were The Results Of Mother Natures Rage And Wrath

Jennifer Lawrence said Hurricane Irma and Harvey were the results of “Mother Nature’s rage (and) wrath.” She made this comment while promoting her new film “mother!”

Her film is receiving a bad review, with one reviewer calling it the film since the turn of the millennium.

The movie has 68% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is much lower than other Aronofsky movies.

Lawrence plays a housewife to a poet played by Javier Bardem who is forced to deal with the unwanted guests, which symbolizes mother nature or perhaps God. Some directors called the movie pseudo-intellectual nonsense.

“This delusional freak show is two hours of pretentious twaddle that tackles religion, paranoia, lust, rebellion, and a thirst for blood in a circus of grotesque debauchery to prove that being a woman requires emotional sacrifice and physical agony at the cost of everything else in life, including life itself,” Reed said. “That may or may not be what Aronofsky had in mind, but it comes as close to a logical interpretation as any of the other lunk-headed ideas I’ve read or heard.”

“Nothing about ‘mother!’ makes one lick of sense as Darren Aronofsky’s corny vision of madness turns more hilarious than scary,” Reed added. “With so much crap around to clog the drain, I hesitate to label it the ‘Worst movie of the year’ when ‘Worst movie of the century’ fits it even better.”

The Huffington Post also mocked the film.

“At this point, I thought I had it all figured out,” Jackie K. Cooper wrote. “Patting myself on the back I saw mother as Mother Earth trying to live with Him, who represented all mankind. The outsiders were the evil acts that have befallen our planet. Was I not the smartest or what! Answer, no I wasn’t because at this point the train jumped the rails … The film runs helter-skelter thru a series of unbelievable happenings and they feed into chaos. The end leaves you feeling it was all much ado about nothing.”

“Aronofsky might have thought by flinging paint against a canvas he made a masterpiece. He didn’t. He made a mess,” Cooper concluded.

The film made only 7.5 million at the box office and was expected to make $12-15 million.

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