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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.
Emotionally raw and stylishly shot, with beguiling choices of filmmaking and storytelling. A cast of outstanding actors, all giving interesting, surprising performances.
For a film which manages a difficult setup with elegance and nuance, the resolution feels simple, and confusingly so.
Come for the catlike sleekness and sharpness of Blake Lively (and of her outfits – oof!), stay for the Anna Kendrick of it all.
A lovely time of a missed opportunity.
Edgar Wright-isms that before had only lasted for seconds or frames, here blown up into a feature-length, non-Cornetto instalment.
This isn’t an art film when it absolutely could and should be.
Big respect for making me care about a bunch of white men in Texas shooting eachother.
My favourite thing I’ve seen Jonah Hill do since Moneyball.
Just because a story features a creative misfit, doesn’t make it one Tim Burton is able to tell.