Four Reasons To See 'We Need To Talk About Kevin'!

Fri, November 18, 2011 11:38am EDT by Add first Comment

Tilda Swinton dazzles a movie about a mom who struggles with her life after her son’s tragedy. Plus, Ezra Miller is adorable!

I saw We Need To Talk About Kevin at the New York premiere hosted by Pomellato and it’s definitely one to ring home about! The acting was phenomenal and overall it was just very well-done. It leaves you feeling bad for the enemy, so to speak, which is always fun. Here are the five reasons you should definitely should see this movie!

#1 Tilda Swinton’s best performance ever!

You could watch the talented actress in this character for hours! There was never a dull moment and she is so captivating it’s hard to blink your eyes.

#2 Ezra Miller is hot!

Despite the his evil role and murderous tendencies, he’s pretty cute to watch throughout the movie.

#3 Refreshing story line!

This isn’t a story about a high school shooting, it’s about the life of the shooter’s mom after the devastating incident. It’s so interesting to see this side of the story! Definitely refreshing and a nice change of pace from your typical story line.

#4 Leaves you feeling in awe!

Who doesn’t enjoy a good flick that leaves you pondering life when you walk out of the theater? I know I do!

We Need to Talk About Kevin doesn’t opens in theaters in NYC and LA on Dec. 9 and across the country on Jan. 27!
— Nicole Karlis

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