Jordan Beaumont Anderson’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm gonna tell you a story. She was engaged to him. Then she fleeeeeeeew to the UK to make a film with him, and broke off her engagement with him and married him. Then they moved to Los Angeles, and the three of them have been inseparable.
Really? What's up?
Jay loves Sharon, that's what's up. And he knows, as sure as God made little green apples, that one of these days, that Polish prick is gonna fuck things up and when he does, Jay is gonna be there.
Well, one thing's for sure.
Yeah? What's that?
Sharon absolutely has a type. Cute, short, talented guys who look like 12-year-old boys.
Yeah. [long drag on joint] I never stood a chance.
You, uh...You wanna come in and watch my F.B.I.?
Why, I just figured we would. I got a six-pack in the back. Thought we'd order a pizza.
Oh Quentin, 'tis many hours since I suckled at your nostalgic teet.
Cliff Booth has pursued risk so relentlessly in his life he barely notices that he nearly dies three times on his morning commute down the 170.
Where's my Disney spin-off about Brandy having a litter of attack puppies?