“Teenage Badass” is a movie with heart, soul, and a little bit of rock and roll.
Sticks to a tried-and-true format to tell its narrative about finding yourself and discovering the place where you belong in the world.
Just because it is a “wtf did I just watch?” movie doesn’t mean it’s the profound work of a cinematic auteur.
This documentary exposes the corruption and weaponization of voter suppression tactics that continue rotting American politics from the core.
There are infinite possibilities as to what it all really means. No matter your interpretation, it won’t be wrong.
A little too dull, eventually succumbing to its own themes about the emptiness, meaningless, and nothingness of art.