Ricky Lee Everett’s review published on Letterboxd:
Where everybody knows your name, and there's no care given for character development or relationship building.
The Rim of the World is made of bricks without mortar and those bricks are more concerned with name dropping other and better movies and referencing them to boot without ever looking like it wants to stand on its own two feet.
It's ugly and at times questionable sexual dialogue make this overall a hot mess that parents should keep their kids well away from and as for the adults? This will insult your intelligence.