A satisfying story of female empowerment of the criminal kind.
The film’s setting ultimately proves to be its downfall. I completely lost interest an hour into it because of something that doesn’t happen often: I found it just too difficult to suspend disbelief.
This film isn’t terrible, but it suffers with more misses than hits.
The very definition of mainstream, with a crowd-pleasing story, harmless humor, and an ending that’s warm, fuzzy, and wrapped up with a tidy bow.
Most people have never heard of the 1970s female rock band Fanny, and Bobbi Jo Hart aims to change that with her delightful, insightful, and thorough documentary.
An enchanting charmer that celebrates beauty and grace, both inside and out.