Scavenger Hunt 51 - #7 - Watch a movie that features a father who is primarily portrayed as loving or competent.
"I mean, it can't get much worse, I suppose."
"That's the spirit."
I low-key loved Giant Little Ones. It's an authentic film that weaves a nuanced tapestry of three-dimensional characters who all, in some way, must come to terms with earth-shaking realizations.
This is a superbly acted (seriously, Josh Wiggins is one to watch) and important tale. As difficult as it can be to watch, Little Ones is compelling and has no shortage of things to appreciate.
The only real strike I have against it is due to Keith Behrman's decision to employ some really odd editing choices that…