This was adorable. Rachel Sennott is becoming one of my favorites—especially after Bodies Bodies Bodies! Side note: I started this movie back in June on the plane back home and had twenty minutes left until now. Not that I didn’t like it, but it was a fun journey and the conclusion didn’t make that much difference to me.
2 moments keep bringing me back to this film: Mia Goth humping a scarecrow to climax (that face) and the plinking of the maggots as they fall off of the rotting pig carcass left on the front doorstep.
Nobody, but NOBODY, throws a fit like Pearl.
If Roger Rabbit was a psychotic, murderous, sex-crazed grind house broad…
This movie has no heart, Hart!
I’ll break it down for you…
- comedy or drama: your comedy and drama are too divided to be considered a dramedy so you’ve gotta choose
- Lil Rel as BFF: comic relief to Hart’s serious face or dumb luck but helpful BFF? Both isn’t working
- a movie about a new father figuring out how to raise a newborn alone or a father just meeting his little girl for the first time and…