Honestly, it just never gets old.
For a movie primarily concerned with the emotionally brutal grieving process of a small town after a great many of its children are killed in a horrible bus accident, a friend of mine astutely observed that this film is surprisingly short on tears. What's fascinating about The Sweet Hereafter is how quietly it concerns itself with grief — there's not a single "big" moment in this entire film. Instead, it's this series of quiet eviscerations, as grief tears its way through…
Real fun! That fourth act really falls the fuck apart, but it comes at the end of a fun and breezy quip-fest with a ton of great actors bouncing off one another.
Maybe the best parts were the brief moments where we just got to see characters hanging out in non-heist ways. Awkwafina showing Mindy Kaling how to use Tinder, for example, is something I would have watched for 30 minutes.
Ocean's 8 shows restraint where I wasn't expecting (looking…