Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
Clubhouse Pictures. DVD (Screener)
2.39:1 + 1.33:1
35mm + Codex
“I mean, come on! What kind of friggin' person bashes in their friend's knee? Who would do that to a friend?”
if you thought Margot Robbie wasn’t a force to be reckoned with, she is now. She stunningly transcends herself into something so uniquely broken, twisted, yet with a beautiful substance of stoic pitty, that ultimately manifests inside your brain. However, the highlight and utter monster of the film is of-course Allison Janney who steals EVERY SINGLE SCENE she’s used in. If she doesn’t get any recognition for such a role that’s nasty, gritty, and utterly bizarre I have no hope. If Scorsese’s Goodfellas was the definitive gangster film of the nineties, then this is surely the same for its time.