Demolition :- Watch Demolition on Youtube on Fire, Jean-Marc Vallée could be quite easily categorised as an “actor’s director”. His last two films notched up two acting Oscars and a further two acting nominations between them (Dallas Buyers Club and Wild) so it’s therefore easy to understand why talent would be drawn to his next project. But Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts will surely be left feeling a little flattened by Demolition, a frustratingly aimless soul-search that veers uncomfortably between quirk and melancholy. Gyllenhaal stars as a bored investment banker who loses his wife in a car crash. But not even her violent death can shake him out of a funk that sees him sleepwalk through life from a job he doesn’t want to a home he doesn’t like. After he has trouble getting a bag of M&Ms out of a vending machine, he begins a series of letters to the company’s customer service department and it blesses him an with unlikely outlet for the dispassionate inertia that suffocates his life. Watts stars as the employee who reads his letters and, inexplicably, becomes moved by their content. The pair then start a leftfield friendship, along with her troubled son, allowing him to find a way to connect with the world once again. While the plot sounds like a mawkish melodrama, aping the plots of films such as Things We Lost in the Fire, Demolition sets out to defy expectation at the outset. Gyllenhaal’s lead is unable to grieve for his wife, struggling to emote and mourn her loss, even questioning his love for her entirely.
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Release: 8 April 2016 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 7.7/10
Director: Jean-Marc Vallée
Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Naomi Watts, Chris Cooper