Don't Worry Darling, a film by Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, has received mixed first reviews

Don't Worry Darling, a film by Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, has received mixed first reviews ...

The first reviews for Florence Pugh and Harry Styles' new film Don't Worry Darling have been released, and the reaction is decidedly mixed.

Don't Worry Darling is a psychological thriller starring Styles and Pugh as a couple whose 1950s marriage is a facade for a dark reality.

As the film progresses, Pugh's character begins to suspect that her husband's job isn't what it appears to be.

Recent buzz and social media buzz surrounding the film included allegations of a pay imbalance between Pugh and Styles, which the filmmaker has denied, as well as reports of a conflict between the Little Women actress and Wilde.

The first criticisms have been sent by critics, and, sadly for Wilde, they aren't as positive as she'd hoped.

"Florence Pugh saves herself in a slick thriller that falls short of its high-minded ideas."

"Don't Worry Darling is a top-tier matinee thriller with a few follow-up questions. Darling chooses to girl boss when it could have been sucker punched, but it's still significantly more watchable than many terminally online people already believe it to be."

"Don't Worry Darling" might be a misstep, but Wilde still has a flair for cinema that's worth keeping an eye on.

"Wilde's new film has a lot to offer, from its look to another solid performance from Florence Pugh, who is, equally, terrific."

"Wilde's failure here is primarily a result of imagination. Her film is competently acted, beautifully constructed, and not half as disturbing as it should be."

"Don't Worry Darling's biggest flaw is that it ends in the wrong place: This might have been a fairly effective dystopian chiller, but it takes a sharp swerve towards feminist triumph that feels patched-on and facile."

Pugh has recently addressed the buzz around her and Styles' sex scenes, claiming that it shouldn't be the focus of the film.

"It's not why we do it when we've got to work on your sex scenes, or to see the most famous man in the world go down on someone," she said.

"You're going to have conversations like that," says the most well-known popstar in the world. That's simply not what I'll be talking about because [this film] is bigger and better than that. And the people who made it are bigger and better than that."

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