13 years old (He/Him)
I write bad reviews eeeee
Not awful enough to be just that but annoying enough to be irredeemable. Forges innovative ideas that are later left to fend on their own against a clunky script that rides on hilariously convoluted tides. I will never think about this movie again (ultimately proves to be a bigger punishment than me writing it out as downright terrible).
The title “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” reflects Autumn’s past trauma lingering in her mind, looming around her like a ghost as she journeys to get an abortion. She arrives at a hospital, where her abortionist asks her questions regarding the events that subsequently led to her unintended pregnancy. Each pause between the lines, filled with their own faint ambience, is a heartbreaking meditation on the unshown tragedy she has endured. The film makes these obscenely monotonous questions appear devastating; we’ve…