Charming enough, I guess, after its awful first act. I think I’m done with Sundance dramedies that exist just to let a sitcom actor frown for 90 minutes.
My god this is great. By the final action sequence, I was both laughing and crying at the sheer grotesque beauty of its visuals and stunts. Themes of our relationship with the pain of the past are surprisingly touching.
Honestly, there's so much to say here and I hardly know where to start. May update this later.