A satisfying story of female empowerment of the criminal kind.
This absurd comedy works until it doesn’t, and it’s hard to watch and not think of what it could have been.
One of those hipster indie films that starts off with a bang but is quickly overshadowed by its own attempts at cleverness.
The visual and physical humor is when the film is at its funniest, especially when it’s accompanied by the deadpan, monotone line delivery. Most of this film feels weird for the sake of being weird, and there’s nothing freaky or special enough to make it memorable.
While the film could’ve pushed the envelope even further, it’s still a sometimes thoughtful and savage take on cyber bullying and the emptiness of social media that consumes most of our everyday lives.
The entire project feels as if it’s raunchy solely for the sake of being raunchy, and I wanted so much more.