Dry humor of varying effectiveness in a very pessimistic portrayal of American politics. Great performances all around, but overall I was left with a feeling that the movie didn't really mean much. I'd watch it again, though.
Personal and universal all at once. Not perfect, but charming enough to cover all its flaws. Kayla is a fantastic character and Elsie brings so much life to her. I highly encourage everyone to check this out when it gets a wider release, especially if you went through school recently or are deeply familiar with the social problems of being young on the internet.
After the film was over and I was preparing to walk back out into the cold,…