Brandon’s review published on Letterboxd:
I kept fluctuation on wether I actually liked this or not because I was so cought up in the fact that it’s probably trying to make some sort of deep commentary on America and fame. But this time, seeing it as more of an outrageous story of a girl who made a deal with the devil, and now sees it isn’t what she thought it would be, I kind of love it.
As far as performances go, Raffey and Jude SHINE, Stacy and Natalie are both good as well but god like Jude is just so great to watch in this. Jude Law if you’re reading this, please dear god let me eat your ass out.