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The show’s true meta is its eerie, impossible, prescience.
This may simply be an excuse for director Martin Scorsese to hang out with his friend and laugh so hard he may burst. And why not?
Proving a standard-Christmas-movie-but-gay can work just fine.
How satisfying to be in the hands of a writer/director who knows exactly what they’re doing – and to watch a stellar cast appreciating the hell out of that.
A biting, meticulous flavour, new and strange to the palette.
Olivia Wilde should be directing more, and more, and more.
The true story of WWE superstar Paige is inspirational in itself, but the real pleasure of Fighting With My Family is how rounded the secondary (and even tertiary?) characters turn out to be.
Sweeter and more charming than it perhaps promises.
Come for the catlike sleekness and sharpness of Blake Lively (and of her outfits – oof!), stay for the Anna Kendrick of it all.
An important moment in representation in American film – and a genuinely good Rom-Com.