Katie Mitchell is a legitimately amazing protagonist and I really like the central message of the film (anything about families connecting always warms my heart), but the humour is extremely forced and it prevents the film from being a truly great family flick
There is no way any other movie from 2018 will be able to top this, I kid you not.
I went in embarrassed to see a stupid preteen movie, I came out a changed person
This proves the theory that movies can be near religious experiences
But in all honestly guys, this movie touched me in a few very specific ways that most movies haven't done
Yeah I might change my opinion later down the line, but right now this…