A proud, strong, inspirational film that should ignite a spark by energizing women to continue the push for equal opportunities.
Plays more like a scared straight “Afterschool Special” than a deeply meaningful drama, but the increasingly macabre scenarios will kick your morbid curiosity into overdrive.
A tense, effective, and unrelenting thriller. Even if it’s not one of the best of the genre, you have to respect the achievement in clever filmmaking.
The idea of crafting a narrative around a killer hairstylist is clever, as is choosing to make the lead character a sympathetic psychopath.
This badass moment in the history of the women’s rights movement deserved a stronger, more confident vehicle to deliver its message of revolution.
When you aren’t given a reason to form a bond with the people in the narrative, it’s impossible to care what happens to them.