Cupid's Pulse Article: Movie Review: Mother!Cupid's Pulse Article: Movie Review: Mother!

By Melissa Lee 

Word has been buzzing around Jennifer Lawerence‘s upcoming film Mother!, though most details have been kept on the down-low. What we do know, however, is that her boyfriend, Darren Aronofsky is the director, with actors like Michelle Pfeiffer, Kristin Wiig and Ed Harris starring in it. This psychological thriller isn’t set to be released until October 13, but keep your eyes peeled for more specifics.

Although this movie is greatly under wraps, Cupid still has details on the movie along with some relationship advice!

Should you see it?:

This thriller film centers around a couple who unexpectedly receive guests at their home, ultimately causing turmoil and disorder. With a star-studded cast (Lawerence, Wiig, Pfeiffer, Harris, Brian Gleeson, Domhnall Gleeson) and a fascinating plot, mother! doesn’t sound like a movie you’re going to want to miss.

Who to take:

This movie may not be ideal for a first date, but this shocking film could be fun to see alongside your best friends.

Cupid’s Advice:

In mother!, complete chaos wreaks havoc on the couple due to unpredictable guests entering their home. Although this plot isn’t the most relatable, it is possible to have other people affecting your relationship’s stability. If this scenario sounds familiar, Cupid has relationship advice for you:

1. Avoid over-thinking: If you’re constantly paying attention to what other people are potentially saying or thinking about your relationship, do yourself a favor and avoid these thoughts altogether. Over-thinking and over-analyzing can be a tumultuous factor that can ultimately ruin your relationship, so be sure to take a step back and collect yourself before letting your thoughts run wild.

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2. Confide in your partner: Don’t face this problem alone, especially since it’s not only affecting you, but your significant other as well. If there are specific people that have a rather negative impact on your relationship, communicate the problem to your partner and talk about it. It’s important to reassure one another when either person reveals their concerns, but above all, it’s even more important to be talking about the issue in general.

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3. Cut the person out: If you’ve done both of these things and this person is still affecting your relationship’s stability, maybe it’s time to just cut ties with them. Realistically, you don’t need a negative person actively trying to ruin things for you or your relationship — that’s just unnecessary. However you choose to shut the person out, make sure that you’re completely at peace with your decision and doing it for the right reasons.

What are some of your tips? Share your thoughts below.