g’s review published on Letterboxd:
grating. as. fuck. who needs to tackle capitalism and class with nuance anyway? who needs organic, believable characters? who needs originality? who needs quality, thoughtful presentation as long as the style is quick and bright and has bump bump bump music and sociopath rosamund pike? there's never a reason to invest in this shit. no likeable characters. any of the bystanders that are portrayed as somewhat decent are then turned around to be either unfathomably stupid or just generally sick. there is no natural chemistry between any of the protagonists. there is no naturality to the dramatic tonal shifts. the disparity between the dark themes and energetic, upbeat presentation results in an unsolvable cinematic conflict that sinks the feel of the movie. chris messina and macon blair MVP as usual. the rest is nonsensical garbage. havent disliked a movie this much in a good while.