M3gan’ Review: Wherever I Go, She Goes

By Cali Crystal             May 19, 2020

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On 6 Jan 2023

She excelled in a critical role in “Get Out,” and now in “M3gan,” a ludicrous, derivative and irresistible killer-doll movie.

By Cali Crystal             May 19, 2020

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Williams plays Gemma, a robotics engineer with no maternal instincts who suddenly must take care of her young niece

By Cali Crystal             May 19, 2020

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The synthetic skin of this movie is about how Gemma learns to take care of a child. Thankfully, its bloody heart is far sillier.

By Cali Crystal             May 19, 2020

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Williams capably updates the mad-scientist archetype, refusing to pause and ask questions while inventing a doll of the future

By Cali Crystal             May 19, 2020

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one who pairs with a child and adjusts to their needs, filling in as best friend and big sister. Gemma uses Cady as her test case.

By Cali Crystal             May 19, 2020

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M3gan (performed by Amie Donald) is clearly pure evil from the start. She’s a great heavy: stylish, archly wry, intensely watchful. 

By Cali Crystal             May 19, 2020

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By Cali Crystal             May 19, 2020