meghandrrns’s review published on Letterboxd:
I liked this movie. I didn't like everything about it, but that's okay. Watching Michelle Yeoh onscreen is undoubtably one of life's great joys and so this movie is filled with joy even when it's being a little, little annoying. The same way sometimes you're walking down the street with a friend who's drunker than you and they're yelling and goofing and crying and you're not AT THAT VOLUME but your friend is funny and fun and openhearted and you like it when they're happy, and maybe you should be more openhearted too, but probably not, you are who you are. I saw this with a friend who said it's structured the way a kid tells a story, and THEN and THEN and THEN, and that feels right to me too. The same kind of enthusiastic and deliriously loud. In conclusion I hope we see Stephanie Hsu do amazing things for years to come.