Not bad! Kinda sexist though.
I enjoyed this! Really does great work playing with genre, moving from heist to noir to family drama with an exceptionally defy touch. There’s also a really great, cynical anti-corporatist, capitalist-skeptical angle that’s refreshingly subtle and sincere in a crowded arena of movies that ostensibly have a message and can’t stop shouting it at you. The film has a really great way of showing the (the uniquely American, in this case) overlapping issues of racism, exploitative capitalism, American industrialism and…