Choices were made.
This film is at its best when it sticks to its stated thesis: reminding you of how wonderful Natalie Wood was, absent of the tabloid scandal that surrounds her death.
Too bad it abandons that for its final third, focusing on the iconic actress' death and its aftermath. The aftermath. Which is everyone else, not Natalie. As much as I sympathize with the impulse here, and feel so very much for the family, the avoidance of all hard questions, the…