I didn't hate this? I mean, it's ridiculous, but different and entertaining enough and kinda made me wanna go play the game, so yay?
This is the movie I've been waiting for! Forget about Harmony Korine and Larry Clark, here comes a movie about a side of the American youth we don't often see, which doesn't feel exploitative, over-sensationalized, forced or inauthentic. Arnold's camera lacks any sort of judgment but doesn't go for the cheap manipulations either, it just lingers on the main character and her journey for long enough for us to truly "get" her. I love how we get to experience the…