If I don’t get at least 15 more of these I’m honestly gonna be so heartbroken.
I didn’t fall head over heels with this one like I have with some of Luca’s prior works but my stomach certainly did turn over a few times.
That’s not to say that I didn’t enjoy it though. On this journey with Maren and Lee, horrific necessity intersects with tender desire and that's the kind of exploration that I love to see in films. Plus, ya know, Chalamet of course.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This completely lost me at the end. If your dad is BTK, please call 911 and rat him out, wtf. Sure, throughout the film I’m of course pulling for the kid and his manic true crime dream girl, but what I’m really pulling for is that the women his dad murdered and their families will receive closure and justice and to have that squashed, well it unfortunately soured the whole thing for me.