Do I only ever watch bad female ensemble movies like is that my job??
Such a fascinating movie, and it stands out starkly against Aronofsky's comparably much more cynical filmography.
I found it overwrought at times but the character drama is captivating and I never felt myself step outside of the film's frame. I was always with it, so to speak, because in every scene it had something to say. Sometimes those things were obvious, sometimes not — the way in which Charlie self-harms with food vs the ways other characters do: smoking, flunking…
I giggled, hootered, and hollered my way through this.
Really quite funny, and while it takes a winking approach to the AI stuff, it also does things earnestly enough to still be camp.
Allison Williams should forever be doing tacky horror thrillers.
Also enjoyed the critique on modern parenting styles as well as how adults tend to be hypocrites when it comes to technology — Gemma worries about all the time Cady spends with M3GAN but has no enrichment in…