some contradictory liberal feminism themes worthy of some critique but the filmmaking is dripping w neorealist style and authenticity.
First and foremost, 'Horse Girl' is a movie you should watch knowing absolutely nothing about it. In light of that, if you have not seen this movie, stop reading here and just don't read anything about it until you watch it. Seriously. Don't watch the trailer; go in with exactly all of the wrong expectations and don't let my words influence your experience at all.
Now, secondly, fuck the critics and fuck audience reviews. That's right. This is one of…
This movie is so fucking hysterical. The editing is as neurotic and alive as Sandler's performance. PTA movies are so special because they have this stranger-than-fiction whimsical charm to them. Sometimes you love a movie so much you can't even pinpoint why because you just do--but the kinetic free form score, three dimensional performances from the whole cast, and expressive framing comes to mind. Another iconic PSH performance means this movie joins PTA's others as one of my favorites.