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Despite Florence Pugh’s Courageous Performance, “Don’t Worry, Darling” Isn’t a Serious Oscar Candidate

There is no denying Olivia Wilde is an excellent film director. The actress-turned-filmmaker also creates a seductive and suspenseful thriller with her most recent behind-the-camera project, “Don’t Worry Darling.”

The movie should be well-received by viewers, who may come to catch a glimpse of the attractive cast, which includes Chris Pine, Florence Pugh, and Harry Styles. It’s a movie that, at the very least, will continue to stir up a lot of conversation (plenty of pre-release headlines have already been produced, some of which are even about the movie). The prospects of the Academy including the movie on their ballots, however, are as remote as the movie’s attempt to make Harry Styles appear unattractive in one pivotal sequence.

Despite Florence Pugh’s Courageous Performance

The final product is a smorgasbord of suspenseful thrillers, much like “Gone Girl” (2014), whose lead actress Rosamund Pike received one nomination. Pugh, a previous “Little Women” contender, plays a suburban wife who starts to question reality in the most prominent role; while there will be supporters for her, the weak points in the writing will keep her on the outside looking in.

The lavish attire designed by Arianne Phillips and the sensual framing by cinematographer Matthew Libatique are likely to receive any Oscar attention. But even those appear to be difficult tasks for Warner Bros., the film’s production company.


A-list celebrities and brilliant performers make up the ensemble. Pine, who plays a mystery guru-like figure, does the greatest work of the supporting cast, while Styles


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