Jennifer Lawrence's mother! Is Pissing Off Audiences

Wednesday, 20 Sep, 2017

She was laughing at me so hard, 'You don't know who the Kardashians are?' Like she was talking to me about Einstein. Aronofsky made sure that his audience knows he is not pleased with the way Christians are acting in this world. The film opened in cinemas last weekend, and earned a very low cinemascore of F from audiences.

The thriller, which opens on September 15, is directed by Lawrence's boyfriend Darren Aronofsky and features household names such as Javier Bardem, Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer, in addition to Lawrence.

Heading into "mother!" with some of the thoughts Lawrence explains here will definitely ease the viewer into Aronofsky's madness.

Lawrence, whose roles usually focus on strong female leads, is thrust into portraying someone living to make her husband happy and asked to give and give until she can give no more.

It's heartbreaking for my pals at Paramount who did everything they could to market this movie.

Although September is shaping up to be a blockbuster month, it wasn't all good news at the U.S. box office this weekend. "It's all good. I don't mind people are upset by the film because it's supposed to be a reflection and a cautionary tale of what's happening to the planet".

In her latest photoshoot, the lovely woman is once again exploring the spirit of motherhood.

From the beginning of the movie, we start feeling a unusual atmosphere in the environment of the characters.

Warner Bros. and New Line's It is doing terrifying business in its second weekend after boasting the biggest debut of all time for a horror title, or $123.4 million.

Without spoiling any of the story, I will say that "mother!" is an analogy for the bible. I got a bit restless a couple of times, but I'm glad I didn't leave, because the final thirty minutes of the movie are like a bad fever dream that you just can't take your eyes off of. She's briefly dipped her toe in the horror, too, with 2012's House at the End of the Street, and has stayed away from the genre until this weekend, with the debut of director Darren Aronofsky's mother! "Mother!" is meant to make people think beyond the end.