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i knew like immediately i was going to love this and i did. and for a while it was shooting for a 5 star rating, though about 60-70% in my investment started to slip, but in the end they got me again. i see myself certainly rewatching this and changing my rating accordingly.
Evan Rachel Wood is everything to me and unfortunately and i mean VERY unfortuantely Gina Rodriguez was kind of great in this… :(
i love how this movie tackled grief and the aftermath of trauma. i liked how, though obviously focussed on Jenna Ortega’s character, it showed so many different perspectives and paths. no two responses and processes are the same, and this did a good job showcasing that. it showed the shifts in dynamics and how this impacts the people around you. it handled such a complex matter with such care, i really do love this film. it wasn’t too bleak, dark…
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i was actually enjoying this a lot until the last half hour. i don't like how they framed Nina Dobrev's lying as equal to the catfishing and sort of framed the catfishing as more forgivable. it was sort of what i was afraid of them doing and it didn't seem like they were going to until they... did
it still had some really fun scenes throughout and i'm still living for the impending Nina Dobrev renaissance. she actually works surprisingly…