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Review: Don't Worry Darling Isn't (That) Bad

Olivia Wilde’s flick is visually compelling and filled with emotional resonance

By Eileen G'Sell

Greedy for gauzy sunlit patios, candy-colored Cadillacs and clinking martinis, I expected Don’t Worry Darling to be a brilliant disaster, a faux-prestige flick worth viewing for its production design alone. I expected to enjoy the film in the same way I enjoy watching (and rewatching) narratively preposterous fragrance ads from the early ’90s (No substance?

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