Today's film is All About Eve. Let me tell you all about Eve. Eve is a winner, a go-getter. Eve is determined to succeed. Eve gains her success not in spite of, but with the help of, her haters.
What is a hater? A hater is defined as: A person that simply cannot be happy for another person's success. So rather than be happy they make a point of exposing a flaw in that person. Margo is a hater. Look at her.
Margo is about 40 and still playing characters that are in their 20s. How can anyone buy this? Eve knows this better than anyone. She waited and waited until she got the chance to meet Margo, and quickly involved herself in her life. After all, who better to replace an old actress than her? Margo is too used to her lifestyle, hardly rehearses, and shows up late to everything. Eve shows up on time, works hard, rehearses (as I can tell by how well she read lines), is the correct age and look for the parts she plays, and is generally everything Margo wants to be but can't. And what about Karen? How dare she treat Eve the way she does. What has Karen ever done with her life except fuck a playwright? She doesn't deserve any more time in my review.
Also, let's talk about Addison, the drama critic. Homeboy looks like Stephen Fry and that is probably the reason I like him so much. In addition, he is the only one smarter than Eve. I first noticed that when he was asking Eve questions about San Francisco. When he mentioned the theatres, I didn't recognize the names, but realized he was testing her. I've had to use that tactic before. When you're in a relationship with a pathological liar, you have to. Eve didn't need to make up all those stories about a fake husband and living in California. But, nobody is perfect. At the end, Eve gets her own mini-Eve in the form of a high schooler that broke into her apartment. Circle of life right there. But I don't think she's going to succeed as well as Eve did. Eve is a boss. I will give this film a 9/10.