6. All I See Is You (2017)
Original Release Date: October 27, 2017
Box Office Earnings: Unfortunately, All I See Is You bombed majorly at the box office. It didn’t even manage to scrape up $1 million and its total production budget was $30 million.
Critical Acclaim: Considering its lousy box office return, it’s not all that surprising that critics didn’t particularly like the movie either. Critics felt the film’s story didn’t connect and that its many themes fell flat.
About the Role: In All I See Is You, Blake Lively stars in the leading role as a blind woman named Gina. She gets the opportunity of a lifetime to regain her sight and soon begins to realize that her loving husband may not be the man she thought he was.
Simply the Best: I actually enjoyed All I See Is You. I think some of the criticism was unfair because overall, as a semi-erotic thriller, this movie worked for me. I wouldn’t consider it one of my favorites, but I thought Blake did an exceptional job as Gina.
She has continued to prove how adept she is at adapting to new and challenging roles. This movie is one of her darker and more surreal roles. I would love to see her tackle more thrillers and maybe horror in the future.