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Don’t Worry Darling’ Review: Florence Pugh and Harry Styles Head to HBO Max

Don’t worry about the offscreen drama: Olivia Wilde’s glossy flick is a messy but stylish B-movie, streaming now.

For those worried, Don’t Worry Darling is a fully usable piece of big-screen madness. Streaming right now on HBO Max, the slick psychodrama is a glossy, stylish, surreal thriller with something to say, endless gorgeous fashion choices, and Florence Pugh in great shape.
Florence Pugh drives across a desert in the movie Don't Worry Darling.

Release Date

Don’t Worry Darling, which premiered in September amid endless bizarre reports from sets and film festivals, is now available for rent and purchase online: 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD.
Its release date is April 11th.

Don’t Worry Darling: Storyline

29 Pugh plays her charming 1950s housewife living her picture-perfect suburban life. She even has a trophy husband played by pop star Harry Styles in a wardrobe of impeccable suits and enviable midcentury shirts. I don’t know where you drive your shiny Cadillac every day.
Pugh begins to wonder what really drives the smooth, sinister leader of a sunny desert town played by Chris Pine. Darling, no one else seems to care, but strange things are definitely happening in this retro utopia.

Movie Synopsis

Director Olivia Wilde slowly reveals the disturbing side of this strange idyll, tormenting Pugh’s increasingly troubled housewives with visions of teasing and growing paranoia.

Wilde also plays one of the other wives who is always armed with cocktails and a sharp sideways glance.
They have hints of The Stepford Wives, and you can think of plenty of mid-century melodramas and domestic chillers that delve into suburban fantasies, from Rosemary’s Baby to Blue Velvet.

It’s A Real Feat To Spin The Threads That Keep The Audience Hooked Throughout The Film.

As the film premiered at film festivals over the past few weeks, the bizarre on-screen occurrences coincided with the unusual happenings between the film’s director and star.
It’s ironic that the drama of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ gave a boost to a film that could have easily gone unnoticed. It is seldom seen in theaters
Even with the big stars on board, Don’t Worry Darling could be one of those streaming movies that everyone talks about for two years and gets excited about trailers.

But Even If You Don’t Follow Spit And Spats, It’s Impossible To Go To Don’t Worry Darling Without Preconceptions.

Styles is the hottest pop star alive and Pugh is the hottest movie star the heated pairing of the personas is on point.
Pugh displays her talents almost nonchalantly, embodying theatrical anguish and leaving a lasting impression that she has more to the tank. delivers impressive and often captivating performances.
And then there’s Harry Styles. When we do charity work, this is one of those blessed occasions when the limitations of the performer somehow fit into the character.
Like Arnold Schwarzenegger, he can’t convince anyone he’s human, but he’s perfect as a dumb savage or a rigid robot.
In Don’t Worry Darling, Styles The Pomade Husband is a fantasy character, so it’s okay to struggle to inject emotion into your lyrics.
He’s more of a prop than a performer. A stylish rug or lamp fills the set with another sleek piece of furniture. Beautiful, empty, and always in the background.
All the drama surrounding Olivia Wilde's Don't Worry Darling, explained -  Vox

Something’s Gotta Give Is Clear.

How it does is where Wilde flounders in this much-anticipated second directorial venture.
The meticulously manicured world of Victory Town is not unknown in the movies – its sheer veneer waiting to sink at the first punch of reality.
Still, it’s a world of rich imagination here, with a shopping mall scene of live models exhibiting what women should buy particularly engrossing.
The women too are different from each other, while outwardly all are docile and deferential to their “serious halves” — and hence interesting to know.
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