DON’T WORRY DARLING – Review by Susan Granger

If there’s truth in the old adage that any publicity is good publicity, Don’t Worry Darling should blast off at the box-office. After its Venice Film Festival premiere, salacious buzz about the psychological thriller centered on rumors about tension between director Olivia Wilde and star Florence Pugh. This is Wilde’s second directorial effort. Problem is: there are too many intriguing yet meaningless distractions that dilute what should have been a provocative payoff.

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