Aaron King’s review published on Letterboxd:
I've seen this film less than two months ago, but this film still holds up as well as it did when I saw it then. Everything in this film seems like it is a realistic. Jacob and Brie seem like they are mother and son even though they aren't. Brie seems like she is a mother when in reality she isn't. She seems like she has lived in that room for years and she isn't acting at all. I hope that she continues to be in starring roles and stick to the smaller indie films than the big budget ones that are on her upcoming filmography because those seems to be the ones that get the best out of her. I also hope that Jacob gets to grow as an actor and doesn't just continue to be one of those actors that was great in a movie but then fades away as a child actor.