A Relationship Expert Breaks Down the Arguments in Malcolm & Marie | Netflix

14 feb 2021
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What makes a toxic relationship? Psychotherapist, Stella O’Malley, reacts to the explosive fight scenes in Malcolm & Marie. Directed by Sam Levinson and featuring powerhouse performances from Zendaya and John David Washington.
You can find Stella O’Malley @stellaomalley3.
0:00 - 0:50 - Introducing Malcolm & Marie
0:51 - 2:03 - Passive Aggression
2:04 - 3:14 - Going to Sleep on an Argument
3:15 - 4:18 - Saying Sorry
4:19 - 5:15 - Rules of Engagement
5:16 - 6:33 - Conflict and Honesty
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A Psychotherapist Breaks Down the Arguments in Malcolm & Marie | Netflix
As a filmmaker and his girlfriend return home from his movie premiere, smoldering tensions and painful revelations push them toward a romantic reckoning.

  • For anyone who hasn’t watched the movie, be warned there are a lot of spoilers.

    First Name Last NameFirst Name Last Name3 klukkustundum síðan
  • Can we all agree that 'not going to bed angry' is not a sign of romance?

    Emeka OkoyeEmeka Okoye7 klukkustundum síðan
  • I just wanna know what we’re their zodiac signs? If I could guess I’d say Pisces (Marie) and Gemini (Malcolm).

    minnifield_wifey1minnifield_wifey18 klukkustundum síðan
  • i used to like zendaya but i dont think shes a good actress anymore :/

    luciiniiteluciiniite12 klukkustundum síðan
  • Zendaya is hot tho

    Charles Ford JrCharles Ford Jr14 klukkustundum síðan
  • why is the narrator making Malcom wrong. He may have nervously and genuinely forgot to mention her in his acceptance speech, why would he purposely forget to thank her. Besides this happens in Hollywood many times in real life. Maybe he was wrong or maybe she's blowing it out of proportion like a child having a tantrum. Two sides to every story.

    Capricorn Sun, Sag Rising, Libra MoonCapricorn Sun, Sag Rising, Libra Moon14 klukkustundum síðan
    • Malcom was in the wrong from pushing Marie into talking about the subject when she didn't want to, and then for blowing up with a fake apology, which in a way, told her that she was "throwing a tantrum" like you've put it.

      RaeRae3 klukkustundum síðan
  • When did Netflix start....this great let me enjoy it.

    Kewl KhidKewl Khid21 klukkustund síðan
  • Marie is being a typical women

    Tugnormous TuglicousTugnormous Tuglicous23 klukkustundum síðan
  • 😂😂

    Joy With DeeJoy With DeeDegi Síðan síðan
  • She used powered cheese 🤭🤢

    Mindful EffortMindful Effort2 dögum síðan
  • Malcolm didn't want to talk, he wanted to gaslight.

    Curated VibesCurated Vibes3 dögum síðan
  • Thank u sooooo much for explaining

    Rkate WinsletRkate Winslet4 dögum síðan
  • I wish i was never in a relationship till marriage

    Rkate WinsletRkate Winslet4 dögum síðan
  • While it felt uncomfortable to watch at times I was totally engrossed by the dialogue.

    Petal ParkerPetal Parker4 dögum síðan
  • They just needed to go to bed

    MatewuMatewu4 dögum síðan
  • This is so good

    Unathi TwalaUnathi Twala4 dögum síðan
  • Wow.. amazingly done

    Lynette DessaLynette Dessa4 dögum síðan
  • Brilliant video.

    Jo SunJo Sun4 dögum síðan
  • What's this movie please

    Ridmi WijethungeRidmi Wijethunge5 dögum síðan
    • Malcolm & Marie!

      Netflix UK & IrelandNetflix UK & IrelandKlukkustund síðan
  • He literally sounds like his dad. Lol

    SamanthaSamantha5 dögum síðan
  • Yo if these 2 don’t win awards for that movie ... Man they killed it . 🔥🔥the bathroom and knife scene omg

    lynn ramadanlynn ramadan5 dögum síðan
  • Arguing is healthy. But it should be regulated. Relationships are at their healthiest when there's so little to argue about anymore.

    Kiel EnriqueKiel Enrique5 dögum síðan
  • They were both equally toxic but it manifested in different ways. She seemed like a bipolar/borderline personality type and he a malignant narcissist, those types tend to go together bc of codependency issues. Both lacking what the other has an abundance of. Marie lacked confidence and Malcom lacked empathy.

    Kristin ArmaniKristin Armani5 dögum síðan
    • @Story Time she previously had substance abuse related issues, she felt things deeply, was highly empathetic, and could read Malcolm well. Her character was intelligent, charismatic, giving, loving and yet something is off because she’s with an emotionally abusive man. Most neurotypical people don’t tend to stay in abusive relationships long term because there is a clear indication that the relationship will not work. If someone is staying within an abusive relationship with someone that displayed characteristics that Malcolm had I would think that personal suffers from some sort of codependent/attachment issue. I loved Marie’s character but to me she displayed signs of a borderline. (Substance abuse, extreme emotional swings, the “I hate, I love” back and forth, the sense of emptiness and sadness when she was in scenes alone, etc.) Equally toxic means they both had inner issues to work through individually in order to be in a healthy relationship. Self awareness could help prevent individuals from entering into a possible abusive relationship.

      Kristin ArmaniKristin Armani20 klukkustundum síðan
    • Marie had an abundance of confidence. Notice how she was pretty much regulated and bang on with all of her points throughout the entire evening, whereas Malcolm was anything but. Moreover, she didn't display any major signs of bipolar/borderline personality type of any kind - I feel you don't really know what you're talking about here. What she was, was a woman who is in a relationship with a narcissist, that was all. To equate the two is EXACTLY what is wrong with today's society, since it just enables domestic violence, manipulation and abuse to continue, on the basis that there is somehow some sort of equal footing and blame in all of this.

      Story TimeStory TimeDegi Síðan síðan

      saimoosaimoo2 dögum síðan
  • This movie gave me ptsd of my last relationship smh.

    Caitlin BlondeelCaitlin Blondeel5 dögum síðan
  • Moral of the story... women are always right 💯

    KingAKingA6 dögum síðan
  • And to think THIS is what some of y’all people actually want.

    Aidan ChantelAidan Chantel6 dögum síðan
    • You are so damn right!

      Alice KakolyrisAlice KakolyrisDegi Síðan síðan
    • The ghettooooo

      ississ2 dögum síðan
  • When BPD and NPD find each other as they always do...

    Specs & BlazersSpecs & Blazers6 dögum síðan
  • You should put that on the Netflix promo's section bc I guess some ppl thought they are a "couple goals" no matter what happened (based of the end of the movie.

    NoumNoum6 dögum síðan
  • Fuuuuck....just made me feel like i was back with my ex....

    Madeleine O.A.Madeleine O.A.6 dögum síðan
  • I actually had a good experience with this movie. It wasn’t what I expected. My ex invited me over to watch it and we definitely dug into our own problems after the movie but we recognized they’re toxic communication in ourselves and honestly talked about healthier ways to communicate even through anger. I was even more pleased that he waited to watch it with me. The conclusion we came to for ourselves is: we both need to grow up, respect each other’s feeling/ boundaries (know when to give each other space), actively listen to one another and not pull each other’s triggers! I know our situation sounds like some fairytale shit, but it really ain’t lol shit will get violent quick! We both have anger issues. Heels will start flying and holes will appear in walls but this felt like a free therapy session that we needed years ago...And for real they’re maturity in the movie taught us what a non violent argument looks like in a relationship. We both came from broken homes and had terrible examples from our parents, so this was like a blueprint to expressing anger and problem solving for us. He still my ex, so this movie did not unite us in that way, but it did give us understanding and closure on somethings- a step in the right direction...Idk, to each’s own interpretation of the movie. I liked it. ✌🏾

    Sha'Vonti RobinsonSha'Vonti Robinson6 dögum síðan
  • This was amazing

    Thia BernadineThia Bernadine7 dögum síðan
  • Thank you Netflix!!!

    Kendia MartinezKendia Martinez7 dögum síðan
  • This is why your partner should never be your teddy bear or secret keeper. Don't tell them shat!!! Keep all your junk to yourself and your therapist.Human beings will knife you in the back all the time. Trust your lawyer and Grandma. Information is manipulation. Thr only thing my partner needs to know is my bra size.

    hello queenhello queen8 dögum síðan
  • Most women feel like they aren’t given the “permission” to express anger without being judged or labeled as crazy

    AndreaAndrea8 dögum síðan
    • Personally, idgaf. I don’t need permission and if I did, I’d give it to myself.

      Tashawnna CrearyTashawnna Creary19 klukkustundum síðan
    • Imagine being a black man. We aren't allowed to exhibit emotion or show anger. Let's unpacked those labels.

      Kewl KhidKewl Khid21 klukkustund síðan
    • You could express things calmly, but a man will still call you dramatic. You keep quiet to avoid drama, you're moody. We can never win.

      Nontu NtilaNontu Ntila22 klukkustundum síðan
    • Very true

      LadyTessfirstofhernameLadyTessfirstofhernameDegi Síðan síðan
    • @Whatever really sad right? Men get a free pass. Just wish we could behave like that without people thinking we are “unworthy” or “crazy”

      Jordan BreannaJordan Breanna2 dögum síðan
  • This film is like my relationship, which just ended yesterday. 😒😒i will be okay 👍🏿

    yourocks2009yourocks20098 dögum síðan
    • Sending virtual hugs.

      Victoria ValentineVictoria Valentine5 dögum síðan
  • That bathroom scene was draining WHEWWW!!!!😓

    Talita M.Talita M.8 dögum síðan
  • welcome to the comment section where everyone thinks they're special because they've been in a bad relationship

    Mœ8 dögum síðan
  • I really wanted to watch this because people were raving about how good the portrayal of the characters was but I feel scared because I heard that they screamed at each other so much. I grew up in a home that's so exposed to my parents fighting violently (verbally and somewhat physical but not really directly at each other) that I find people fighting and raising their voices quite triggering.

    potato tomato schmewtatopotato tomato schmewtato8 dögum síðan
  • I find it astonishing this movie could trigger anyone. It was so poorly written and badly acted that I didn't believe a thing they were saying. Great idea tragically badly executed. Mocking all white people because of what white liberals do, especially done by a very mixed race chick too, is also getting super old. Especially since the writers wrote character exactly like the white liberals they are mocking. Just a bad movie. Too bad. I was up for all the drama and excruciating pain of two people who love each other very much but have hit a very rocky and rough patch of their relationship and are having a volatile recking fight.

    Korana AshleighKorana Ashleigh8 dögum síðan
    • Tell me some of your favorite movies so i can tell if your arguments are valid or not

      Vlad PanaitVlad Panait4 dögum síðan
  • Ive only been in toxic relationships. Im starting to feel this is the norm although its exhausting, painful and they make you feel like youre losing your sanity. I dont know how couples in helathy relationships argue and resolve issues. It seems too good to be true.

    Mmili LoMmili Lo9 dögum síðan
    • That is the pain of dealing with a whole other human being who views things differently

      Balanced MarsBalanced Mars7 dögum síðan
  • It’s weird how well I understand what was going on

    No ThingNo Thing9 dögum síðan
  • This movie is a masterpiece

    Lilly LenigerLilly Leniger9 dögum síðan
  • This argument could've been solved in 5 minutes amazing acting but stupid movie

    Alan ArzateAlan Arzate9 dögum síðan
  • 😂 everytime they had sex they would argue after !

    Lola AmazonLola Amazon9 dögum síðan
  • Being with a narcissist is deadly. What was the turning point was really seeing, this person is so damaged inside. He can’t care and be honest w his own reality, he won’t be able to be honest w me and sincere. And that made me want to let go. So that person could grow.

    La Princesa WarriorLa Princesa Warrior9 dögum síðan
  • This is how toxic relationships feel. Like the really really toxic ones. Took so much to let go. But God helped me break free. It’s not real love.

    La Princesa WarriorLa Princesa Warrior9 dögum síðan
  • This movie was emotionally exhausting...I loved it.

    lfutrell82lfutrell829 dögum síðan
  • This movie was extremely painful to watch

    Shiara SinghShiara Singh9 dögum síðan
    • Extremely !

      Neliswa JokweniNeliswa Jokweni8 dögum síðan
  • This was and is horrible... period...this could have been done better..( cheap).

    okiema rileyokiema riley9 dögum síðan
  • I was in a relationship where my ex used one of the hardest moments for me against me in an argument. And.... even though I lost my sh*t, I never !!!! Not even once used one of his against him. Nobody should use something that’s so personal to you against you. Specially if it has nothing to do with them.

    Hillary MarieHillary Marie9 dögum síðan
  • I’ve never seen this movie but this segment helped me understand my own experience with the items mentioned. I understand my triggers and I know how to desensitize myself.

    Shelbi MorganShelbi Morgan9 dögum síðan
  • She’s beautiful but a terrible terrible actress.

    RhythmOfHeavenRhythmOfHeaven9 dögum síðan
    • What a terrible judgement

      SheKatiressSheKatiress9 dögum síðan
  • I loved the movie. I loved every moment of it.

    QueenQueen10 dögum síðan
  • i had heard a lot of critics reviews saying this movie wasn’t very good, and it has a rather low score on rotten tomatoes so i wasn’t really sure what to expect. but everyone in these comments are so right... you won’t really understand it unless you’ve been in an toxic/ abusive relationship. and if you were, this film hits that much harder. i’m starting the process of coming to terms with the fact that the relationship i left over a year ago was abusive, and this movie was so personal and hit so close to home, and was so triggering. but it was also, in a way, really cathartic to watch; to simultaneously see it played out from a 3rd person perspective, while also deeply seeing yourself in one of the characters. it almost felt like wow, someone out there knows what i went through, it make me feel not so alone. i can’t wait to tell my therapist about this on monday lol

    Janel MJanel M10 dögum síðan
  • Sleeping with the argument ,hehe nope not happening

    Shreya RohamareShreya Rohamare10 dögum síðan
  • This movie so boring

    Galyna AgathaGalyna Agatha10 dögum síðan
  • arguing like this and then going back to neutral ground over and over again felt like insanity. Happy I'm single and healing.

    Tatiana SantanaTatiana Santana10 dögum síðan
  • I loved this breakdown, very well put. Still hated the movie. 🤦🏾‍♀️

    Nnenna EleanyaNnenna Eleanya10 dögum síðan
  • *sigh* as a person that has been in psychotherapy for 5 yrs, I’ve learned to be straight forward with my feelings and I validate my own emotions without letting others gaslight me. I’m in a relationship now where if I am very direct and to the point without adding feeling or emotion, I’m seen as disrespectful and the one that always wants to argue 😂. 3 yrs and I’ve given up

    JroddJrodd10 dögum síðan
  • I watched this movie twice lol

    makncheezemakncheeze10 dögum síðan
  • So many ladies commenting? Where are the guys?

    Arun GArun G10 dögum síðan
  • I understand where this movie is coming from and I really tried to get into it but it’s was difficult and it was hard for me to watch.... Malcolm to me is just not a good man and all his points in the fight were just low blows.

    Capri HartCapri Hart10 dögum síðan
  • this was my parents 24/7 before divorcing, and thank God they divorced

    JulietteJuliette10 dögum síðan
  • Codependency and narcissistic personality is what’s going on.

    PrincessPrincess10 dögum síðan
  • I appreciate this...but... along with all the psychology - and this is what matters most - they fail to really answer where the issues lie. Each of these people have to be assessed independently before even being seen as a couple. The reasons they trigger one another may lie in their coupling but don't end as a couple, they end when we dive into who they are as individuals and why each of them chooses violence rather than resolution even when given every chance to calm down. I love this. Just wish it wasn't so surface level. But maybe I'm asking more than most want to watch, I'd watch a 30min unpacking to be honest.

    Polo Lee-JamesPolo Lee-James10 dögum síðan
  • This was wierd..

    Bec DxBec Dx10 dögum síðan
  • my parents had a huge fight like this two years ago and it turned very physical. i know it didnt involve me and i was just a bystander but it hurt me a lot seeing them like that. i had nightmares about it for weeks and i still get so sad when i think about it. so yeah this movies was very emotionally draining to watch but i could'nt stop watching it....the acting was absolutely incredible.

    starlightstarlight10 dögum síðan
    • @Tranaya Jordan now? im 17,,, this happened when i was 15 :)

      starlightstarlight6 dögum síðan
    • How old are you? Not judging just curios

      Tranaya JordanTranaya Jordan6 dögum síðan
  • The healthiest relationship isn’t the one with the LEAST conflict, it’s the one that can approach conflict honestly & with each partner showing love, concern & care during the conflict. Can we disagree & argue? Yes, ...can we do it with LOVE is the question.

    Sarah Marissa MaglalangSarah Marissa Maglalang10 dögum síðan
    • True

      Anantam BishtAnantam Bisht7 dögum síðan
    • Honestly I needed to fucking hear this because I’m going through something with my man and your comment just made me appreciate our very loving relationship even more. Thank you

      Ysabelle CabreraYsabelle Cabrera9 dögum síðan
    • That's it right there! You're so right

      Laila TullLaila Tull9 dögum síðan
  • I was very excited when i saw the movie trailer, because it looked like my relationship. And i wanted to see it looking in. And when it came out, i was in a bad space in my Relationship, so i didn't really wanna see that. Still haven't watched it.

    Sibahle MtanaSibahle Mtana10 dögum síðan
  • Malcolm is so self absorbed. Marie just wanted to be seen and heard. She’s been wallowing in darkness in silence. She put up with Malcolm long enough until she couldn’t take it anymore. Whenever Marie wanted to express something, Malcolm keep gaslighting her. It’s kinda disturbing how many out there failing to address the toxicity coming from Malcolm. Look closer. What’s getting normalised in our society? 🤷🏽‍♀️

    Lover Not HaterLover Not Hater10 dögum síðan
    • @LoveYouNoMore9 of course. Marie is toxic too. But her toxicity is more like triggered compared to Malcolm. She’s gone through a lot. Malcolm screamed on top of his lungs that he love Marie but it didn’t mean anything because it follows up with Malcolm annihilating Marie. That’s so wrong. 😌

      Lover Not HaterLover Not Hater9 dögum síðan
    • It was coming from both of them imo. No one was right during the fights they had and they said awful things to each other. Even tho I will admit the the lowest point came from Malcolm when he talked about Marie's suicide attempt. That was so cruel

      LoveYouNoMore9LoveYouNoMore99 dögum síðan
  • After watching this video I headed over to Netflix to watch the movie but it’s black & white in colour so I stopped watching it. I tried but it wasn’t pleasant to the eyes. Wish it was colour.

    AAAA10 dögum síðan
  • this is why a narcissist and an empath rarely work out as a couple

    Natya KurapatiNatya Kurapati11 dögum síðan
    • this was me and my ex🤦🏾‍♀️ not to mention im very sensitive and he’s nonchalant and toxic.

      Aidan ChantelAidan Chantel6 dögum síðan
    • Narcissists don’t work with anyone

      AlmaAlma6 dögum síðan
    • The summary of my previous relationship. He’d use personal stuff that I’d shared with him against me when he got angry and would tear me down so bad that I thought of committing suicide. I wasn’t like Marie, I had low self-esteem and struggled with self image at the time, so instead of arguing back, I’d cry and just distance myself from the situation. Whenever I’d express my feelings about how something he did or said hurt me, he’d constantly say my feelings were “stupid” and I was “delusional.” Dealt with the shit for a year until I finally got fed up and told him I couldn’t do it anymore. He went on and on about how I “needed” him and even went as far to say “I wouldn’t last” without him. Making me feel like shit was like a guilty pleasure or turn on for him, it was disgusting. He hasn’t been in a stable relationship since I left him four years ago, and even attempted to reconcile with me last year. One of the worst experiences of my life. Wouldn’t wish it on anymore.

      ell & stuff .ell & stuff .9 dögum síðan
  • Marie is a covert narcissist so y'all side with her, Malcolm is overt. She thought she was his muse for the movie and she wasn't. She's afraid to try and fail, he isn't. The blows they take are low and wrong. He helped her get clean & she helped his movie. They are clearly codependent on each other & it's toxic. Her pretending to not be clean & being threatening with the knife is MUCH worse than his comment about her attempted suicide. The whole night she used sex or the implication if it to calm him only to attack him.

    RealJCoopRealJCoop11 dögum síðan

      Gabrielle SGabrielle S2 dögum síðan
    • Bingo! They are both narcissistic & manipulative.

      The LeaderThe Leader10 dögum síðan
  • We need these kinda analysis more. !

    mugdha ghatagemugdha ghatage11 dögum síðan
  • I was exhausted watching this movie.

    Jae SwiftJae Swift11 dögum síðan
  • We don’t need an expert to tell us this relationship is toxic.

    Ali MoraAli Mora11 dögum síðan
    • True. But as real and toxic and obvious it is. Most don’t understand it. They know it’s toxic but can’t comprehend why. Other than the fact that they said something hurtful in an argument.

      Jo SmithJo Smith11 dögum síðan
  • I think there is a couple of points being missed here. Do you want to win or do you want to be in a relationship because you can't do both. Not in a healthy thriving relationship. Second when you do have healthy conflict remember that you and your partner are on the same team fighting together to solve the problem.

    Shweta NavaniShweta Navani11 dögum síðan
  • The trailer for this movie was toxic idk how yall watched the entire film.

    Queen Of ArtsQueen Of Arts11 dögum síðan
  • All he had to do was say he was sorry. A lot of don't put there pride and ego aside and it just makes thinks worse

    Emily BallesterosEmily Ballesteros11 dögum síðan
  • He looks a little like big Sean... Only me? Okay

    Kez. KokoKez. Koko11 dögum síðan
  • I loved this movie

    DeShayla smithDeShayla smith12 dögum síðan
  • This movie is great

    HappyCamper91HappyCamper9112 dögum síðan
  • Tbh Malcolm did try to end the argument on good terms. He was trying not to fight the whole night. Instead of arguing about who's right and who's wrong, Marie should've just told him how she was feeling and Malcom should've apologized sincerely.

    Akshita KumariAkshita Kumari12 dögum síðan
    • @David Whitaker i perceived him saying thank you to her turning off the light. in some arguments (as chaotic theirs was). when it does die down eventually, someone does a mundane thing like, turning off the light. you just blurt out a thank you. It’s really the only word you can say sometimes.

      cassie benfieldcassie benfield4 dögum síðan
    • @gab riela he literally says “I’m sorry thank you” at the end of the film and her reply is “your welcome” wym?

      David WhitakerDavid Whitaker9 dögum síðan
    • I mean at the end of the movie when she lays down the reasons why she's mad, the doesn't do shit other than look at her. He is not sorry for stealing her identity and story, he's not sorry for forgeting how much joy she brings into his life. Malcom is selfish. Life has always been good to him - from being an educated black man to being able life off his passion. if you compare Marie was an addict, she attempted to suicide, she's a good actress and he still didn't look at her for who she is, yet he only looks at her as someone who meets his needs and is there to remind him that there are some people dependent on him

      gab rielagab riela10 dögum síðan
    • The thing is, Marie couldn’t straight up tell him “this upset me” or “that upset me” because her feelings were much more complicated than that. It wasn’t that she just wanted Malcolm to apologize for not thanking her on her speech, she also felt like Malcolm stole her identity for his movie and never gave her credit for it. She felt like Malcolm was underestimating everything that happened to her by turning her life into a movie and saying that she couldn’t be the actress to play herself because she wasn’t good enough as if she wasn’t the one who went through that addiction and suicide attempt and stuff. She ALSO felt really hurt that Malcolm never thought of her when he was looking for the actress for his movie. It should’ve been Marie all along. It should’ve been a team thing, not just “Malcolm’s movie” because if Malcolm never met Marie, the movie wouldn’t turn out as good as it did (as Malcolm also confessed to in the movie). So this wasn’t just a one night argument, this was the outburst of many many other issues. Marie was absolutely right in this and Malcolm was wrong for bringing up her suicide attempt and all the other girls he slept with. It was low. Malcolm was really bad and unfair to Marie. He doesn’t deserve her. Talked to her really disgustingly. I hated him.

      Mitchie SueMitchie Sue10 dögum síðan
  • thank you ISpast algorithm 😊. uncomfortable to watch but couldn’t be more enlightening.

    Shannon EuShannon Eu12 dögum síðan
  • There wasn’t enough love in this movie for the argument to feel somewhat productive and meaningful...All in all I did think it was a good film but the majority of what made it good was the acting and filming...The plot was awful

    IKELLAIKELLA12 dögum síðan
  • I’m was not a drug addict but I resonate so much to her character because of the emotional manipulative relationship I’m in. I’m dating a malcom. A narcissist, needy, hurtful, controlling man. Such a sick relationship the only time he cares or shows any empathy is when I want to leave.

    Lemyza PreciadoLemyza Preciado12 dögum síðan
  • When people show you their red flags, show them your white one and peace out of that relationship. Yeah it’s going to hurt for a bit but it’s going to save you in the end..this film was a prime, perfect example.

    Bailey MBailey M12 dögum síðan
  • so good! i am watching this ill when i cant sleep at night haha!

    zara elenizara eleni12 dögum síðan
  • Some of the digs they were taking at each other made me feel like...”Damn! That hurt my feelings!” But i loved the movie lol

    Jilly BeanJilly Bean12 dögum síðan
  • When you like getting hurt cz you crave it and makes you feel alive yeah that's Marie. And to you malcom you're a narcissist, self absorbed fuck who likes to keep proving himself ' you are drawn to these types of women who feeds your passion which you lack tbh ' yeah you loved her but I don't think you understand her enough to what she's going through.

    Donna MaeDonna Mae12 dögum síðan
  • if this was me in the movie, i wouldve broke up and said “thank you, next” real quick 😂

    Kaidyn HawkinsKaidyn Hawkins12 dögum síðan
  • As a woman, Im so ashamed of seeing passive aggressive women everywhere. I just hate being a woman these days, always blaming, never taking responsibility, being a victim...aren't we tired of this yet? ps: Maybe he didn't want to thank her, so what. He has the right. She is a victim. If you dont like it, move on.

    Suzie KSuzie K12 dögum síðan
    • as a guy how much did they pay you

      low qualitylow quality12 dögum síðan
  • For some odd reason they remind Me of Kim and Kanye!!!

    myrna josephmyrna joseph12 dögum síðan
  • They're both toxic for each other. This movie is toxic for us.

    Netohc AmepNetohc Amep12 dögum síðan
    • Zolani Covane 😬 facts. Just by watching the trailer it was draining. Baby no. This world has enough going on 😩 can’t sit to watch more toxicity

      La Princesa WarriorLa Princesa Warrior9 dögum síðan
    • 😂😂😂now I ain’t gon watch it🙅🏿‍♂️🙅🏿‍♂️🙅🏿‍♂️

      Zolani CovaneZolani Covane9 dögum síðan
    • So toxic

      La Princesa WarriorLa Princesa Warrior9 dögum síðan
  • I think Marie feels something many of us have felt many times. You don’t want to say anything about the thing they did or didn’t do, because if in the future, they do or don’t do that thing, is it really because they mean it or because they know you’ll get in a fight otherwise? However, you don’t want to hold it in because it hurts and you just want to be vulnerable, open, and honest with your partner. I also know what it’s like to be on the other side. It can be downright infuriating when you know something is wrong with your partner and they refuse to talk about it. To Marie’s credit, she wanted to talk about it in the morning after they cooled off, but there are so many people out there who are angry and don’t want to talk about it then, or at all ever, and shut down so easily and quickly that you can never get anywhere productive, and it makes you crazy. Also, for him to go for a low blow like that and then tell her she’s never going to “win”? People need to stop. The only way to “win” in an argument is to end it with both people feeling as heard and understood as possible, and trying to come to some kind of resolution, even if it’s “only” a compromise.

    Devin TurnerDevin Turner12 dögum síðan
    • @Devin Turner right on right on

      MrEvldreamrMrEvldreamr11 dögum síðan
    • @MrEvldreamr yeah, totally fair. I was thinking that might be what she was doing. I personally hate when people just try to push away the issue without a solid plan to talk about it productively, later. It’s a hard thing to watch people fight like that, but I think it’s more common than a lot of people realize. The “perfect” relationship doesn’t fix you, or your partner, but growing and working through things together is the best. It’s hard; both people have to be able to put their egos aside and get help for their problems. To be able to be old and feeble, looking back on the life you had together, everything you built together, and every bit of hell you went through together, is priceless.

      Devin TurnerDevin Turner11 dögum síðan
    • Yes but marie is addicted to pain and sorrow... that much was pretty obvious too the way she HAS to dig into his insecurity in order to justify saying he's cruel and insensitive. Her putting off the conversation to talk about it in the morning i could tell (by their interactions later on) was def sth she always did to stave off addressing the issue which is why malcolm wanted it addressed now. Personally i just found the whole thing depressing, its depressing to see ppl gaslight eachother in a relationship, bc while there may be no abuse its just so joyless.... reminds me of the movie marriage story at the end where adam drivers character said "you shouldnt be upset that i fucked her you should be upset that i had a laugh w her ...being married to you was joyless". I truly thought that was the realest part in the whole thing

      MrEvldreamrMrEvldreamr11 dögum síðan
  • I pray for anyone who is in a relationship with a man like Malcom 🤯😨

    Payton SternPayton Stern12 dögum síðan
    • @Janelli Marie im so happy for u❤️ good luck to the both of u❤️

      Leocel CelinaLeocel Celina8 dögum síðan
    • Divorced his ass and remarried. In a healthy, happy relationship now.

      Janelli MarieJanelli Marie9 dögum síðan
    • Not only that but, I am a hell of a person when it comes to manipulating others. Malcom is back and forth on the offensive and defensive which was there to trigger Marie into something bigger. The cool off of the story would be when they are outside smoking. Malcom sees Marie's intentions and walk out on her showing that as long as he's able to drive her mad he's the one in control of the relantionship. Being a relationship with a man or woman like Malcom does not bring any benefits into one's life but anger and dependence on their toxic traits.

      gab rielagab riela10 dögum síðan
  • Emotional maturity

    Jacqueline BJacqueline B12 dögum síðan
  • hey guys needed an opinion. from the comments, it seems the movie was quite disturbing and triggering many. never been in a bad relationship or anything. do you still think i should give the movie a shot at watching?

    Siddhi ShahSiddhi Shah12 dögum síðan
    • If you think you can watch the movie without emotionally getting invested and just watch it for entertainment, it’s not that bad.

      Erika McMullenErika McMullen11 dögum síðan
  • What a character, Malcolm. I agree he's narcissistic for sure but that doesn't mean he didn't care. He stuck with her, and I don't buy Marie's argument that he used her for material. That's bullshit. He needs help though. After that tornado of an argument and things had somewhat simmered down, He could have been more empathetic when she asks why he didn't cast her. Instead he tells her "you wanna play the victim...you're fuckin intolerable."

    Sherlock OSherlock O12 dögum síðan
    • Really good movie though. Flawed characters, but ain't we all?

      Sherlock OSherlock O12 dögum síðan
  • This movie reminds me of the fight between Randall and Beth from This Is Us

    InAnother LifeInAnother Life13 dögum síðan