There’s something so sad at the heart of its lead character that it plays as more disturbing than laugh-out-loud funny.
This film isn’t for everyone, but its eccentricity certainly is captivating.
It’s always a big disappointment when a movie does almost everything right, but then doesn’t stick the landing.
A celebration of filmmaker Kevin Smith, this documentary is a must-see for devotees of the View Askewniverse.
A character-driven, pandemic-era comedy that balances ridiculous with reality.
There’s just not enough story here to sustain a feature length film.